Publisher of fine art prints collaborates with global environmental charity, Conservation International in a move to promote sustainability in licensing.
This collaboration sees the introduction of 12 limited edition prints from world renowned artists and photographers, released over the course of one year. Strictly limited to 25 copies per edition, all revenue from this exclusive collection will be donated to Conservation International.
Conservation International spotlight and secure the critical benefits that nature provides to humanity. Since their inception, they have helped protect more than 6 million square kilometres (2.3 million square miles) of land and sea across 70 countries.
Executive chairman of Rosenstiels, David Roe said, “As part of our celebrations for the 140th anniversary of Rosenstiels, we decided to make a substantial commitment and contribution towards protecting our environment by partnering with Conservation International. Our aim is to spread awareness of the environmental threats to our planet, and what we as a global community can do to help.”The latest to be released in the series is a print by British pop artist Deborah Azzopardi entitled `Mother Earth`.
Deborah Azzopardi said: “This was an opportunity to create a visual impact of emotional power that could help to preserve ‘Mother Nature’, and how we can all look after the world for generations to come.”
Inspired by Conservation International’s film ‘Mother Nature’, Deborah explains… “A strongly placed female hand lays open whilst delicate but perfect Red Rose petals fall gently into it representing love. The same hand is simultaneously birthing a large blue tsunami of water giving life, and feeding essential nutrients into the planet that we are lucky enough to call home. The mountains are juxtaposed with two white Calla Lily’s representing peace – beautiful, fragile, and exquisite flowers standing tall, cushioned by their vivid emerald green leaves. All are a sentiment to the purity of life and the beauty that is vigorous with undeniable fragility which ‘Mother Nature’ holds in the palm of her hand. She is the force that makes the wind sing, she is the essence that makes your senses ignite. She is dusk, she is dawn, she is everything you know. She is ‘Mother Nature’.”
Conservation International’s mission is to protect the nature we can’t live without. In 30 countries around the world, they use science, policy and partnerships to solve the most pressing challenges facing our forests, rivers, oceans and other at-risk ecosystems — our greatest allies in confronting and curbing climate change. www.conservation.org
Delighted to announce this major retrospective ’35 YEARS OF AZZOPARDI’
in an online exclusive exhibition organised by The Cynthia Corbett Gallery
The exhibition features original paintings that are offered for sale for the first time in Azzopardi’s career. Azzopardi acquired her worldwide fame for the joyous Pop Art images she has created over the past 35 years. Deborah’s unique and feminine take on contemporary art is best described by the esteemed art critic Estelle Lovatt FRSA: “America has Lichtenstein, we have Azzopardi!”
London-based Deborah Azzopardi (born in Golders Green) is a long-standing supporter of British Friends of the Art Museums of Israel (BFAMI). For this exclusive exhibition we are pleased to once again partner with BFAMI and pledge a donation of 20% from the sales of these wonderful Azzopardi originals as well as limited editions to include Femme Fatale (2016), Guilty Pleasure (2016), Girl With The Diamond Earring (Ed. 2/15,2013), Gossip (Ed. 6/10, 2016) and The Great Escape (Ed. 14/15, 2015).
Online exhibition runs from 11th June until 31st July 2020
Private timed appointments at Wimbledon HQ may be arranged
For further information please contact Anastasia Lander at firstname.lastname@example.org | +44 (0) 7957 114 873
Tel. +44 (0)20 8947 6782
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You are invited to be among the first ones to see the full curation of 35 Years Of Azzopardi:
Thrilled to be back in Miami for Art Wynwood over Presidents Day weekend 14-18 February 2019, Booth AW150, courtesy of The Cynthia Corbett Gallery.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI LOCATION The Art Miami Pavilion The Cynthia Corbett Gallery Booth AW150 One Miami Herald Plaza @ NE 14TH STREET, Downtown Miami.
On Biscayne Bay between the Venetian & Macarthur Causeways
Thursday, February 14, 2019 – 6pm – 10pm
By Invitation Only.
Friday, February 15 – 11am – 7pm
Saturday, February 16 – 11am – 7pm
Sunday, February 17 – 11am – 7pm
Monday, February 18 – 11am – 6pm
Launching a brand new silk screen by Deborah Azzopardi – ‘SAVE THE DATE‘, Limited Edition. There are only 15 available, each image with silver leaf. The Artwork is being shown at Home House in London and at Art Miami Fair, USA in December, but it is a case of see it while you can at Home House.
Please join us for cocktails and an intimate ‘In Conversation’ with Deborah Azzopardi and Cynthia Corbett, at Home House, private members club, in the in the Vestibule Bar, House 21.
Tickets £15 pp + Booking fee (a cocktail is included in the ticket price)