Wildlife Art for Charity
In an aim to increase awareness towards lion conservation.
Wildlife Art for Charity is a new and exciting concept by Australian artist Sarah Menzies, focusing on producing lino prints, drawings, paintings and photographs that portray amazing wildlife. A certain percentage from all artworks sold will go to charities that support animal rights, welfare and conservation.
Sarah was born in Sydney, Australia to English parents. From the earliest age she loved to draw - and the most common thing she drew were cats! Art was a big part of her life, although the first job she wanted to do in life was work with animals. She went on to study a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Western Sydney and then a Bachelor of Teaching. She has worked in many different forums - she is an artist, a teacher, an animal lover, an animal rights advocate and activist and she often does volunteer work with animals.
Sarah is proudly associated with many different animal rights and conservation organisations including The Born Free Foundation, Animal Welfare League, Animals Australia, WWF, Cheetah Conservation Fund, Living With Lions, Cat Protection Society and N/a'an ku se Wildlife Sanctuary. Her main passions are supporting animal rights, stopping exotic animal circuses and cruelty to animals, and conservation.
Sarah resides in Sydney with her partner Dan and her gorgeous cat Bosco.