We care passionately about art, education and nature and our grass-roots projects aim to inspire hope for a more inclusive and compassionate world where all species can co-exist and thrive. Nature is something we all share and has the power to unite us. Our projects are for everyone and provide time to learn about and appreciate nature and encourage the creativity within all of us to flourish.
Through our workshop and exhibition programmes, our flagship project Where Did All the Animals Go? continues to expand, reaching more children and communities across the planet. Since 2019 Jane has worked with hundreds of children and adults to create drawings for our exhibitions and is currently planning our next major exhibition programme.
Our satellite projects in partnership with frontline conservation organisations, provide neighbouring schools and communities with the opportunity to learn about their vital work and celebrate the species they protect through the creation of drawings and new artworks. In 2022 we will be working with Liberia Chimpanzee Rescue and Protection to spread awareness of the plight of our closest living relatives, chimpanzees.
We are also working towards a programme of global workshops delivered by Jane, our Art Ambassadors and guest artists, to further celebrate nature through art. Explore all our projects in the Projects menu. View exhibition drawings by visiting our Art menu.
Our Project Structure
Our flagship project provides 1000's of children
with the opportunity to create drawings for our exhibitions.
We partner with frontline conservation organisations
to raise awareness of the species they protect through
tailored projects created for neighbouring schools and communities.
Our program delivers environmental education
and art workshops to all ages globally, nurturing
compassion towards wildlife and self-expression
We encourage all ages to get involved and
create and submit drawings of wildlife which
We also catalogue every drawing featured
in our exhibitions and artworks creating an
ever growing archive of art and animals
"Everyone can draw!"