Celebration and preservation of the natural world

First International Artists For Conservation Festival

Night Patrol, Soapstone, 12”x 11”x 6”
Clarence P. Cameron’s dendritic soapstone sculpture, Night Patrol, is one of sixty works selected by the jury for inclusion in the Art of Conservation - 2011 exhibition, an international exhibition of nature in art. The event will be held November 5-13, 2011, at Grouse mountain, “at the Peak of Vancouver” (Canada), one of the sites for the 2010 winter Olympics. This exhibition will tour to the Arizona-Sonora Desert museum in Tucson, AZ in January, 2012. Night Patrol, along with Cameron’s birds in art piece, My Pink Hibou, will also be included in a virtual exhibition running concurrently on the AFC website, www.festival.artistsforconservation.org.
The artists for conservation Foundation (AFC) is a non-profit, international organization dedicated to the celebration and preservation of the natural world. Based in Vancouver, Canada, the Foundation represents the world’s leading collective of artists focused on nature and wildlife, with a membership spanning five continents and twenty-seven countries. The organization’s mission is to support wildlife and habitat conservation, biodiversity, sustainability and environmental education through art that celebrates our natural heritage.


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