Working together we can save the remaining natural places on Earth. Here you can find talented artists and artisans supporting environmental organizations. Purchasing handcrafted items from them supports the arts AND the planet.
Artists pledge a portion of their sales to the environmental nonprofit of their choosing. The donation pledge is based on sales to all sources, whether to a ForMotherNature visitor or to another customer. Some artists donate from all their artwork while others donate from a particular series. In this way, artwork becomes imbued with purpose, part of the urgent effort to save wildlife and wild places.
You can be part of this. Take a look at the shops of participating artists, learn about the environmental work they support, and find out why artists are proud to participate. Are you an artist? Join us. You can change the world. Contact Cathy, founder of ForMotherNature.com.
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This is worth saving.
Many thanks to the photographers who share their inspiring images of nature here:
Dick Hoeft and Rosanne Arnowitz, Craig Scoffone, brothers John and Dan Cesere, Judith Gale, and especially Floris van Breugel.
Hover your mouse over an image to see who the photographer is, and click on an image to see what the photographer has to say.
“The Spirit of Resilience” exhibition in Fall of 2020 sponsored by The Healing Power of ART & ARTISTS
This award is for a work of art, in any medium and style, that most powerfully conveys the importance of protecting and saving wildlife and wild places.
The ForMotherNature.com Special Recognition Award is presented to Kristen Eisenbraun for her painting 'The Tree of Life'.
"Kristen's painting 'The Tree of Life' reminds us that we are a part of nature, not separate from it. We are all in this together. We are resilient. With that understanding we may have a chance to save the wildlife and wild places that remain."
– Award presenter Cathy Berman, Founder of ForMotherNature.com
People as part of nature as painted in oil by Kristen Eisenbraun.
Kristen reminds us that humanity is a part of nature. Visit Kristen's website to learn more about her and her paintings.
EarthJustice is working to uphold our nation's environmental laws.
It is not enough to have strong laws to protect nature, they must be enforced.
EarthJustice has been the legal backbone for thousands of organizations, large and small.
They represent all clients free of charge.
You can be part of supporting this effort.
Learn more about their work at EarthJustice.org.
If you are an artist or craftsperson, your art can be more than beautiful. Selling it can do more than pay the bills. It can help heal the planet. Imagine that. Take a look at what artists are doing for Mother Nature. Your art, whether fine art or craft, can change the world.