Friday, 16 March 2012

Art by Rebelwolf ~ Giving Back project

Art by Rebelwolf ~ Giving Back project on Facebook!A unique collection of Limited Edition Prints by UK Digital Artist, Rebelwolf, are now available to purchase with 25% of all proceeds being donated to The UK Wolf Conservation Trust, The International Wolf Center and Providence Row.

The collection includes a variety of animals, birds, flowers, landscapes and topical scenes, all of which are printed on high quality acid free 225 gsm Somerset Enhanced 100% Cotton Archive Paper with a white border, added for mounting or finishing.

Each print is signed and numbered personally by the artist and delivered securely with a signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

The Art by Rebelwolf Limited Edition Gallery page on Facebook showcases each work and includes a 'zoom detail' image for a closer look! To make a purchase, just follow the 'More details' button at the top right of each listing.

As you know, Rebel With A Cause is supporting the International Wolf Center via Crowdrise and Causes with it's "2012 Project" and we are delighted that this unique collection of Limited Edition Prints is helping to raise funds for them, too!

The future of wolves depends greatly on the work done by organisations such as IWC and UKWCT through educating people about wolves, their relationship to wild lands and the human role in their future. Together we can ensure these beautiful and often misunderstood creatures will continue to survive for our future generations to both appreciate and enjoy.


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