Suffolk-based illustrator, Kieran Page, started his endangered species focus in early 2019. It began with his ‘Pygmy Elmer’ - designed and painted as a nod to endangered species around the world and to raise money as part of the St Elizabeth Hospice Trail. This naturally led to Kieran’s next project: illustrating 5 portraits of threatened animals from Borneo and Sumatra. He took it up a notch by collaborating with London-based artist ‘Slow King’ who produced poems and songs to go alongside the individual pieces. Now, Kieran is back. 22 portraits of species from across the world. Near threatened to critically endangered. All featured on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) red list. This is his biggest project to date.
We are pleased to exclusively present: The Endangered Species Collection / Part 1.
Originals and prints available at the Gallery and online.
10% of the proceeds from each purchase in the latest collection will go to the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) – and obviously, it would be great to make as much as possible for them.
Read more about Kieran Page