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Wildlife prints raise funds for WLT

13 May, 2015 - 15:16 -- World Land Trust
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Tori Ratcliffe and one of her paintings of a Rhinoceros.
Watercolour and fineliner painting of a family of Elephants.

Artist Tori Ratcliffe is once again supporting World Land Trust (WLT) through sales of her spectacular prints of wildlife watercolours.

For every print sold on Tori’s website, £1 will go to WLT to protect threatened habitats across the world. Tori is passionate about conservation: “I am adamant that my artwork should give back to the planet that created these vibrant and wonderful animals,” she explained.

Tori is also taking along a WLT donations collection box to her solo exhibition at the Corner Gallery in Carshalton, Surrey, from 1 to 27 June 2015. “It’s so important to protect nature and inspire the next generation, which is what I hope my art can help towards,” she said.

A WLT supporter since 2005, Tori held a sponsored silence and raised £120 when she was just 13 years old. More recently, she has been selling a range of her Noah’s ark of watercolour cards in WLT Art Gallery, with 95p from each card going to the Trust.

To view and purchase Tori’s prints, click here » 

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