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Pangolin Love embodied, in paintings, knitting and silver creations…

Pangolins are Precious….bottom line is we ALL need to increase awareness of trade in endangered species such as these armoured cuties… and so I am happy to continue show my new work in conjunction with Patrick Mavros to raise awareness … Continue reading

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Gentle Killers

African wild dogs are not generally aggressive to man, very unassuming in fact… I call them ‘gentle killers’ in homage to one of the first amazing books written about them by Jane Goodall and Hugo Van Lawick, so many years … Continue reading

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