One of the main aims of Mudfooted.com is to increase awareness for wildlife conservation. Fortunately I am not the only one who thinks this is important, many artists around the world are combining their imaginative skills and interests to promote appreciation for our wonderful natural world. So is Rory Mccann, a wildlife artist and conservationist working in Cambridge, UK. His drawings are characterised by an amazing precision and wonderful detail of often highly endangered wildlife. A selection of his work is featured below:
Rory McCann is a wildlife artist and conservationist working in Cambridge at BirdLife International. He has been using his artwork to promote conservation issues for almost 10 years, through publications, exhibitions and mural paintings. He hopes to undertake even bigger projects combining art and conservation over the coming years.
He is available to do commissions of wild animals and pets and has a wide range of limited edition prints to buy, each for £25. Also, if you would like to get involved in his next exhibition, themed ‘Inspired by Nature’, he’d be happy to hear from you. To view more of his work, go to www.rorymccannart.com