Join us this fall at the Artists for Conservation 2013 Festival on Grouse Mountain, North Vancouver, B.C - It's a highly anticipated event in the nature-inspired art field.
Robert Bateman, world-renowned nature artist is lending his support for a third time as Festival Patron. He has created another new original painting for this year's event - a large graphite and canvas depiction of a lion, "Lion & Wildebeest Kill".
The 10-day event will bring out leading nature and wildlife artists from around the world, immersing visitors in art and nature through youth and adult workshops, lectures, live painting demos, film, cultural performances and a world's top conservation-themed art exhibit of 80 original paintings and sculptures. All artwork sales benefit conservation.
The Artists for Conservation Festival opens to public at 10 a.m. September 28, 2013 on Grouse Mountain - providing a unique venue overlooking the pacific ocean to celebrate artists and nature. Festival programming is included with Grouse Mountain admission ticket.
For detailed Festival information, program schedule and to register for special events, visit www.artistsforconservation.org/festival