Gone is the haze and back is the blue sky... While we are suffering from the eyes and throat irritation and other symptoms during the haze, did it ever cross your mind that we are not the only ones sufferings, but also the wildlife? Now you can do a part to help the wildlife!
Mandala Fine Art Gallery is organising Singapore's first major Wildlife Art Exhibition, featuring 36 international artists with over 200 artwork - paintings, drawings, photos and sculptures to be exhibited in various parts of Orchard Gateway from 7 – 15 November 2015. Part of the proceeds from the sale of art work (3%) and art auction (30%) will go to WWF appointed wildlife conservation project and WildAid Shark Savers.
On 6 November, the opening day of the Wildlife Art Exhibition, 18 of the 36 participating artists graced the event and shared about their works during the media preview at the Ochard Gateway Tube Viewing Gallery.
Level 3 The Tube (LED lighted overhead bridge))
|Award Winning Photographer, Joseph Anthony sharing his story on "Teamwork" Wild dogs on a duiker kill,|
which is featured in Africa Geographoc magazine. The picture is simply hair-raising!
|UK Artist, Laura Quinn with her masterpiece - Lost in Thoughts,|
which is my most favourite piece!
|Local Wildlife Photographer, Kennie Pan 潘健艺 sharing how he managed to capture the shots during |
"a toilet break" at his visit to the open zoo in India.
|HK Based artist who especially heart the bird species.|
|This lion painting looked so real and is the most favourite art piece hearted by fellow blogger, Shaun|
|Blogger, Tiffany admiring the artworks @ The Tube Viewing Gallery|
Level 2 Unit #02-05
Loving the arrangement of the art pieces, you can strike some artistic pose with the paintings and sculptures.
|The only few pieces of sculptures on exhibit, which are simply amazing.|
They lead me to thinking the crisis of wildlife, where many species are
on the verge of extinction.
|Blogger, Yuki posing with the owl portrait|
Basement 1 (Lobby B) and Basement 2 (The underground fashion street)
There is where more photos, painting and drawings can be found!
An art auction dinner (by invitation only) will be held at IndoChine Saint MA, Suntec Sky Garden on 15 December**, where 30% of the auction sales will go to the fund raising. The target is to raise a total of S$100,000 through both art sale and auction sale. Show your support to this meaningful fund raising art event by visiting the Mandala Wildlife Exhibition at Orchard Gateway. Should you want to contribute to the wildlife conservation efforts by other means, you may want to check out other gift catalogue on WWF website!
Mandala Wildlife Art Exhibition
Date: 7 November 2015 –
15 November 2015 6 December 2015**
Time: 10:30am - 10:30pm
Venue: Orchard Gateway, 277 Orchard Road, Singapore 238858
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Singapore is a non-profit organisation with mission to stop the degradation of the earth’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, by conserving the world’s biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable, and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/wwfsg
Shark Savers Singapore is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to saving the sharks through building awareness, education, and grassroots action. The Shark Savers has brought its "I'm FINished with Fins" campaign to promote responsible consumerism to help maintain health of the entire ocean ecosystem and seafood fisheries.
Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/SharkSaversSingapore