Category Archives: painted dog conservation

Burnt Earth and Wild dogs go together…..

My artistic collaboration with Burnt Earth ceramics at The Studio is wildly exciting, and involves Wild dogs! Ceramics was aa deep interest for me at art college, and at last I get to combine it with my wild dog art….Yay! I … Continue reading

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A Wild Dog takes to the air!

ane A Wild Dog takes to the air! Months ago I was tickled to receive a request from Dora and Vaughan in Zambia for artwork, to transform their Britten Norman Islander into a flying wild dog! Of course I said … Continue reading

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Wine & Bushcamp; Wild dog weekend at Chilo Lodge, Zimbabwe – Painted Wolf Wines

If you are looking for a taste of wild and remote pristine wilderness, look no further! You have to go to Gonarezhou! You may well wonder why hold a ‘Wine and wild dog weekend’ – well, it all started with the … Continue reading

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Tusk Trust and Prince William; real rhinos, knitted rhinos, wooden rhinos….!

Tusk Trust and Prince William are a force to be reckoned with….! 25 years of tireless efforts on behalf of endangered African wildlife such as rhinos, elephants and wild dogs culminated in a glittering dinner event hosted by Prince William … Continue reading

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A Celebration of Painted Wolves 2015; bicycles, art and fine wines in the U.K…..

A Celebration of Painted Wolves 2015 for some background, visit: https://www.facebook.com/pages/A-Celebration-of-Painted-Wolves/204094596348428 Golden Dog Days by Lin Barrie: http://www.paintedwolfwines.com/a-celebration-of-painted-wolves/ I am thrilled, some of my artwork is travelling around the U.K with Jeremy Borg on his trusty bicycle .. raising awareness … Continue reading

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Wine and Wild Dog weekend; great tastes and conservation at Chilo Gorge safari Lodge…

Following the great success of previous wine and wild dog events in 2011 and 2013, held by Painted Wolf Wines and the wild dog research projects in Zimbabwe, we are thrilled to announce a taste and conservation sensation at Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge in … Continue reading

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Should You Be Going on Safari in Zimbabwe? | Elizabeth Gordon

MUST READ! A thoughtful and realistic article  on World opinion of  elephant issues and tourism in Zimbabwe by Elizabeth Gordon… Elizabeth Gordon visited Chilo Gorge last year, and has informed comments to make on crucial issues concerning tourism, the revenue from which … Continue reading

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