Fundraising for the Judith Eardley Save Wildlife Foundation
Proceeds from the sale of these original Peter Browne paintings will revert to the Judith Eardley Save Wildlife Association to which they had been donated.
Having recently closed the doors to its charity shop in the Main St of Healesville, there are still some treasures in hand. Hand made in Healesville is delighted to support this foundation and will host items for their continued fundraising.
Both paintings are oil on board. They measure 49cm width x38cm high; including frame 66cm width x 56cm high
For an eloquent description of the artist copy the following link to Wentworth Galleries
And again, about the Association and the shop itself:
The Judith Eardley Save Wildlife Association is a charity that raises funds to help save wildlife and the environment. They have funded projects in Kalimantan, China, and PNG as well as in most states of Australia. However they have donated most of their funds to organisations doing good work in Victoria, especially the Yarra Valley. Large donations usual involve buying reserves. Having closed the retail shop they are now planning an online charity called: together for wildlife. No one has been paid for working for the charity. It is completely voluntary. P.H.