Australian Geographic Society Art Calendar 2024
Introducing the Australian Geographic Society Art Calendar 2024 – a captivating blend of artistic brilliance and practical functionality that will infuse your space with a year-long journey of visual delight.
This calendar is a gallery of 13 exquisitely illustrated images, each a testament to James Hough's mastery in capturing the intricate beauty of our unique Australian wildlife and landscapes. With every turn of the page, a new masterpiece graces your wall, breathing life into your surroundings every day of the year.
The elegant design also includes school holiday dates and public holidays to keep you organised throughout the year. What's more, each illustration is accompanied by detailed descriptions, telling the story behind each image.
This calendar continues a legacy of appreciation for wildlife art that Australian Geographic has nurtured since 1989. For two decades, original wildlife artworks graced the covers of Australian Geographic journals. Our commitment to this art form continues today, both in this annual calendar and in the pages of our bi-monthly journal, as we continue to use wildlife and botanical artworks to help us tell important stories and inspire a sense of wonder about the natural world, and to champion conservation.
By choosing the Australian Geographic 2024 Art Calendar, you're not only embracing artistic excellence but also contributing to the preservation of our natural wonders. For every calendar sold, $2 is donated to Aussie Ark – a step towards safeguarding our precious wildlife and their habitats.
Elevate your space with the Australian Geographic 2024 Art Calendar – a seamless blend of aesthetic charm and practical purpose, all while making a positive impact on the environment.
About the artist: James Hough
Combining a love for wildlife, photography, and fine art, James Hough creates intricate and lifelike wildlife paintings. Growing up near the Manning River, he draws inspiration from native birds and his family property in Wingham. Now residing near Maitland, James is self-taught and prides himself on detailed, research-driven art. Each painting reflects his dedication to authentic representation, meticulously planned in terms of composition and colour. As a member of Artists for Conservation, James advocates for environmental preservation through his art, often raising funds for conservation organisations. His calendar images are donated to support Aussie Ark. To explore more, visit jameshoughwildlifeart.com.au.
About Aussie Ark
Aussie Ark is NSW’s largest independently owned and operated conservation organisation, and is home to seven keystone species once found in the Barrington Tops of NSW. The vision of Aussie Ark is to establish a robust insurance population of threatened native mammal species such as the Tasmanian devil, eastern quoll and long-nosed potoroo, suitable for semi-wild release into large, predator-proof fenced sanctuaries in the Barrington Tops, for eventual reintroduction to the wild. Aussie Ark is creating a long-term future for Australia’s threatened wildlife.
Calendar (435.00mm x 512.00mm) 12 pages Weight: 980g
(435.00mm x 512.00mm) 12 pages Weight: 980g
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