Michael Carnegie

Artwork
 

 


PAINTINGS FOR WILDLIFE
- Photos of WAY by Jeremy Hilder - www.jeremyhilder.com


Porthcothan 17:50 - Painting Raffle and prints for sale to raise money for marine wilderness conservation in South Africa - Oct 2017


Porthcothan 17:50
 
The painting Porthcothan 17:50 is hanging on a wall at the Tredrea. We have decided to raffle the painting to raise money for marine wilderness conservation in South Africa.

Prints have been made of the painting and these are for sale also to raise money for marine wilderness conservation in SA.

For more info see the
Painting prints page

Hartlaub's Gulls - DSWF Wildlife Artist of the Year Competition - 2015

The painting, Hartlaub's Gulls was entered into the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation Wildlife artist of the Year competition. It was selected for the exhibition of shortlisted entries at the Mall Galleries in London from 29 June to 4 July.

The painting did not win a prize but was sold on the opening night for £ 1 500. Half of this will be used to fund DSWF Projects.
 
 
Hartlaub's Gulls

WAY Exhibition artworks

www.davidshepherd.org More info: Conservation work page


View Towards Hout Bay - Feb 2013

In Feb 2013 I did this painting for Dr Markus Luetge from Germany.

The painting was sold for R15 000 and this has been good progress in raising money through my paintings to support my conservation work as I progress independently.

I hope to do more Kommetjie paintings once I return from Cornwall in Oct 2013. It is my ambition now to focus on raising money through the sale of my paintings to support my conservation work.

 


View Towards Hout Bay 2013



Bottlenose Dolphins - DSWF Wildlife Artist of the Year Competition - 2008

The painting, Bottlenose Dolphins was entered into the Wildlife Artist of the Year 2008 competition held by The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation. It was selected for the exhibition held at the Mall Galleries in London on 24 June at which the prize winners were announced.

It did not win a prize but was sold at the exhibition for £1 350 Pounds - R20 000. Half of this was used by DSWF for their conservation projects.

The Wildlife Artist of the Year exhibition was held alongside the Three Generations exhibition at which paintings by David Shepherd, his daughter Mandy and eldest grand-daughter Emily Lamb were sold.

A total of £75000 was raised for wildlife.

See photos of the event by Jeremy Hilder.

www.jeremyhilder.com

www.davidshepherd.org

Total raised for wildlife in 2008 by my paintings - R 21 000

 


Bottlenose Dolphins


Dr Ian Player - 2007


Dr Ian Player Umfolozi

R 11 000 raised for wildlife
 

This painting was bought by the Magqubu Ntombela Foundation and is displayed at the entrance to the Ian Player/Magqubu Ntombela Library at the Ewing McKeown offices in Hillcrest.

The painting was sold for R22 000 and half of this was donated to the Wilderness Leadership School to fund the training of a guide from the Umfolozi area.

www.wildernesstrails.org.za

www.wildernessfoundation.org.za



Zigzag Foundation Calendar - 2006
Three paintings were used by Zigzag for their 2006 calendar. Profits from the calendar were used in setting up the Zig-Zag foundation to deal with conservation issues in the surfing world.

To see larger copies of paintings and calendar pages click the calendar page thumbnails.
Yacha at New Pier
Barry at JBay
Dolphins



The Indies Trader - The Quiksilver Crossing - 2001-2002



Crossing Painting

A painting of the Indies Trader was commissioned by Quiksilver during the time of the Crossings visit to Durban 2001-2002.

The Quiksilver Crossing was a trip around the world made by the Indies Trader which explored surf breaks encouraging an awareness of conservation issues in a spirit of goodwill.

To see more info about the painting and T-shirt prints click on the thumbnails.



Crossing Shirtprints


Crossing Art History
 
 
 

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