Conservation Efforts

Debra’s art is recognized by numerous organizations. 

Ducks Unlimited Canada has selected her artwork several times for their National Art Portfolio, helping raise funds in support of wetland conservation. 

Debra created a watercolour painting of the endangered Amur leopards at Jungle Cat World “Playful Spirits”, with a portion of the sales of each reproduction going to the Endangered Species Fund of Canada.

Debra has also donated a selection of art prints over the past few years to the Japan Wildlife Center. The JWC is a nonprofit organization established in 1990 to support the conservation of wildlife throughout the world. Through art exhibitions, JWC hopes visitors will feel the great wonder of wildlife and mother nature, and also the importance of the lives we must protect.

Debra’s involved with local charities, supporting Wild at Heart, the wildlife refuge in Lively, close to her home.  Debra displays a selected piece of art each month at the Walden Animal Hospital, with a portion of the proceeds donated directly to WAH, as well, she donates to their Wild About Comedy Night dinner/auction.  You’ll also find her art available for auction at the SPCA fund-raising dinners and Pet Save events.

Debra has been the feature artist with the Sudbury Elk Restoration, donating a variety of framed wildlife prints for auction.  This year Debra will be the feature artist for the Safari Club International, North Eastern Ontario Chapter.  Her art will be showcased in the live auction during their Fundraising Banquet.

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