The World Land Trust and Thompson’s Gallery are hosting an exhibition by Andrew Squire which focuses on biodiversity
Preserving global habitats is an important aspect of environmentalism. The continued loss of plant and animal species around the world cripples our efforts to build a more sustainable future for ourselves and our children. Painter Andrew Squire is especially concerned with the erosion of habitats worldwide, and has prepared a new exhibition with this issue at its heart.
The opening will be held at Thompson’s Gallery in Marylebone and will be hosted in part by the World Land Trust charity, of which Sir David Attenborough is the principle patron. The paintings are inspired by Squire’s visits to Tanzania and Scotland, and focus on celebrating the biodiversity of each region. In keeping with this theme, ten percent of all sales from the exhibition will go towards the World Land Trust’s efforts to protect endangered eco systems around the globe.
When: April 6-24, 2011
Thompson’s Gallery, 15 New Cavendish St, London, W1G 9UB
For more information go to: www.thompsonsgallery.co.uk
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