Isiolo Evening


A Black Rhino and her calf, plus a handful of Oxpecker ride-alongs. During my veterinary training I travelled to Kenya to shadow a wildlife vet based in Lewa conservancy. Every commute was a safari and I had the honour of seeing innumerable creatures great and small going about their day, wild and free. I photographed this Rhino and her calf one evening whilst driving back from a call out.
Despite the tremendous progress in Rhino conservation they are still considered critically endangered, largely due to black-market trafficking of their horns. Lewa acts as a Rhino sanctuary, allowing these magnificent creatures to live in peace, as well as working on long-term solutions to reduce poaching. 50% of profits from print sales of this painting will be donated to Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.

50% of profits from print sales will be donated to Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.

Dimensions of original: 14x18 inches (35x45cm).

Printed on Hahnemuhle Museum Etching 350 gsm cotton rag archival heavy weight paper.

This art can also be printed on canvas, please ask.

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