Support climate action and purchase beautiful art prints!
For a limited time in 2020 Lynn Taylor, a fantastic Australian artist, will be donating 15% of proceeds from her art prints to Climate for Change.
Lynn has just released limited edition prints: ‘Moonshadow’ and ‘Dream Rider’ from her unique ‘Indigo Brew’ series. Each print is individually signed and numbered by the artist.
The prints are now available for purchase through Lynn Taylor’s online store and can be shipped Australia-wide.
By purchasing these beautiful prints, not only will you be growing the climate movement while supporting a wonderful Australian artist, but you will also receive a perfect gift for your nearest and dearest art lovers (or yourself)!
Thank you so much for your support - we can continue inspiring and supporting Australians to act on climate change only thanks to people like you.
Australian artist, Lynn Taylor M.A., has worked as an artist and teacher in Australia, US, UK and Thailand. Her studio is in Byron Bay and her last solo exhibition was this year in Melbourne, where she discovered Climate for Change.
“Over the past four years I have developed a symbolic palette to express climate change. Subject matter includes ecosystems such as coral, vegetation and wildlife. Imagery is painted onto indigo-saturated linen that symbolizes the ubiquitous fashion of blue jeans and our connection with climate change.
My latest series ‘Indigo Brew’ features imagery from Port Phillip Bay. Thin red lines symbolise invisible temperatures rising below the watery surface while black swans represent wildlife dependent on healthy wetlands, a healthy ocean and helpful humans. Cool blue indigo offers a visual source of calm, inviting positive thinking and conversation about a challenging topic.
I am fuelled by a sense of urgent duty to protect and care for the environment, and to share these feelings through my art. Through conversation with others I’ve been encouraged in my commitment to express this issue with quiet tones and I recognize the benefits of the Climate for Change model.”