It’s 2018. We live in a world where animal and plant species are disappearing rapidly.
Globally, humans have become creatures of convenience and consumerism. We have and want more, we demand more for less, and we want it yesterday.
Humans touch every part of the ecosystem, from waste generated during manufacturing, to planned-obsolescent products.
I encourage you to consider the small changes you can make to help save these species and others from extinction. ~Dori
Mosquito, 42×42 inches, unmounted
Pygmy Three-toed Sloth, Critical Kiln-formed Glass 6 x 6 inches
Western Lowland Gorilla, Critically Endangered Kiln-formed Glass 8 x 8 inches
Asian Elephant, Endangered Acrylic on Canvas 52 in x 26 in
Sumatran Orangutan, Critical Acrylic on Canvas 52 x 26 inches
Dragonfish, Endangered, 18” x 15” x 6”
Northern White Rhinoceros, Near Extinct Acrylic on Canvas 52 x 26 inches
Coral Reef, Threatened/Endangered Kiln-formed Glass 12 x 12 inches
Western Swamp Tortoise, Critical Acrylic on Canvas 52 x 26 inches
Bearcat, Vulnerable Acrylic on Canvas 52 x 26 inches
West Indian Manatee, Threatened Acrylic on Canvas 52 x 26 inches
African Savannah Elephant, Vulnerable Acrylic on Canvas 52 x 26 inches
Bees, 12 x 12 inches, Kiln-formed and lampwork glass
Innocence II, 56 x 44 inches, unmounted
Sumatran Tiger, Critical Acrylic on Canvas 52 x 26 inches
Wetlands, Kiln-formed Glass, 13” x 6” x 1”)
Innocence I, 56 x 42 inches, unmounted
Mary River Turtle, Endangered Acrylic on Canvas 52 x 26 inches
Kakapo, Critically Endangered Acrylic on Canvas 52 x 26 inches
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