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Lin and Clive, Art and Conservation!

In the south  east of Zimbabwe, Africa, lies the Save Valley Conservancy, (SVC), a wildlife reserve of nearly one million acres. A semi-arid wilderness of spectacular granite kopjies, golden savannah, ancient leadwood forests and monolithic baobab trees, this tantalizing territory … Continue reading

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I LOVE canvas of course, but Alternative things to paint on excite me…!

I LOVE canvas of course, and although I will always enjoy using  my stretched, bouncy canvas as a base for my paintings……. I am excited by all the other applications my art can be pushed to…. such as the T … Continue reading

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