coming November 2019
Preview of the Conservation International series
We’re proud to announce the Conservation International benefit series. 100% of proceeds from the sale of these original paintings will be donated to Conservation International.
These original paintings will go up for sale at approximately 12:00 pm PST Monday November 25, 2019, but will be released on my email list first. New paintings will be added to the preview link here as they are painted. If you’re seeing this page, you are on the collectors’ list and will receive advance notification of the collection release via email.
There is only one of each original painting, but prints will be available after the series closes.
Preview the Collection Before Launch on November 26
These original paintings are all 12”x 12” on stretched gallery canvas with finished edges and hanging hardware attached, ready to frame or hang without a frame.
Kathryn created the Fluid Landscapes painting style in her garage in 2017, while undergoing cancer treatment. Now a survivor, she has dedicated this style to helping the environment, and has raised over $20K with these paintings since 2017.
About Conservation International
Coastal communities are increasingly exposed to climate-driven extreme weather events and rising seas. Coastal ecosystems — mangroves, tidal marshes, and seagrass beds — provide protection from these events while improving local fisheries. These ecosystems store up to 10 times more carbon — called “blue carbon” — per hectare than terrestrial forests, and degradation of these ecosystems accounts for up to 19% of carbon emissions from global deforestation.
Conservation International is demonstrating the importance of ecosystem-based approaches to address the impacts of climate change, including the use of coastal ecosystems to better protect communities from extreme weather. Conservation International, along with IUCN and IOC-UNESCO, leads the Blue Carbon Initiative, a collaborative international effort focused on mitigating climate change by conserving and restoring coastal ecosystems.