Michael Carnegie
Painting prints

Porthcothan 17:50, Cornwall, UK 6/4/2014
Oil paints on canvas 122cm x 91.5cm

Detail 1 and 2 below


This painting of the RNLI lifeguards packing up at the end of the day at Porthcothan has been hanging in the Tredrea for the past few months where it has received a lot of positive feedback.

Painting raffle

We have decided to raffle the painting to raise money for marine wilderness conservation work in South Africa. Raffle tickets are £5 and are available at the Tredrea.

Painting prints

We have also received requests for prints of the painting and have prints available for sale.

Laser prints -

42cm x 32cm (Including a 1cm border) - £10 - These are not as good quality as the giclee prints and may fade in time.
Giclee prints -

Half the dimensions of the original painting (70cm x 56cm including a 5cm border) - £50 - These are very good quality fine art prints.

All prints can be seen and are available for sale at the Tredrea.

All money raised by the sale of prints will be used for marine wilderness conservation work in South Africa.

Marine wilderness charity and conservation work

During the past few years we have discussed registering a charity in the UK to support marine wilderness work in south Africa.

We have decided to see how much money we can raise before I return to SA at the end of Oct 2017. I have used paintings to raise awareness and money for conservation over the years through well established groups.

All money raised will be accounted for and info about how it is used is to be displayed on the internet.

There is more info about my conservation work on my website and if you would like to know more you are welcome to contact me.

Working on the Durban Beachfront

Linking with respected wilderness conservationists

Working with KELP and the Save Our Seas Shark Centre in Cape Town

Environmental education and outings into nature for underpriveleged children

Developing marine wilderness work with the Wilderness Leadership School.