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New Zealand Emerging Artist Holly Craig

Born in 2002 Holly lives in Auckland.
Within specific frames of objects she draws intricate patterns and details that contain hidden messages. There is a mesmerising quality to them. With a passion for the environment and how we are treating the earth, Holly is endeavouring to play a small part through her art in raising awareness of issues and hopes to contribute to charities that share her values. The works listed below are hand-drawn originals on 350gsm fine-art paper.



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Holly Craig nz emerging artist
 
Holly Craig nz emerging artist
Kauri Dieback Original ink drawing (framed)
Size: 96.5cm x 68cm
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Animal Poaching Original ink drawing (framed)
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Rising Water Levels Original ink drawing (Framed)
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Holly Craig nz emerging artist
 
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detail section of Kauri Dieback
 

detail section of Animal Poaching

 
detail section of Rising Water Levels

Kauri dieback

Our magnificent Kauri is suffering. Kauri dieback is a major New Zealand issue. Microscopic spores attack the roots and trunks of Kauri tees which then damages the tissue that carry nutrients. There is no known cure, so when a tree is infected it dies.

Forest and Bird are working to spread awareness about this environmental issue that is a massive threat to New Zealand's environment.
They are taking on all of the mismanaged issues to do with Kauri dieback and righting the wrongs.

A portion of the money from this drawing will be donated to
NZ Forest and Bird, providing aid to stop Kauri dieback

 

 


Animal Poaching

Recent years have shown an evident decline in wildlife numbers. One of the causes is poaching. Wildlife poaching is a major threat to endangered animals around the globe. A species is declared extinct after many years of not being spotted. It takes years to know whether a species has become extinct and track its decline. With poaching and other harmful factors such as global warming, it may be that more species are already gone that we don't know of yet. In the last 50 years, wildlife populations have declined by over 60 percent.

IAPF is all about the protection of these wild animals in their natural habitats. Rangers wander the wilderness to protect animals from poachers. So far they have managed to protect over 6 million acres throughout Africa.

A portion of the money from this drawing will be donated to IAPF, so we can help continue the protection of some of the most endangered species in the world.

 

Rising Water Levels

This issue needs urgent attention. Water levels are rising. The atmospheres temperature is heating up due to the carbon dioxide we are producing. This is causing ice to melt, leaving Antarctic animals such as penguins and polar bears without a liveable habitat. We have been given 11 years before irreversible damage has been done to the planet. Damage beyond our repair and we need to act now .

WWF is all about the safety and conservation of the worlds wildlife. We need to give back and provide aid to the environment that we are currently destroying.

A portion of the money from this drawing will be donated to WWF, to help animals in destroyed areas and help try to reverse some of the damage we have done.


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