Welcome to For Mother Nature

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 percentage of their sales to the environmental nonprofit of their choosing.  Some artists donate from all their artwork while others donate from a particular series.  In this way, their artwork becomes embued 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 decide how much to pledge from your art.  You decide what in nature to save.  You decide to be the change you want to see in the world.  Take a look and contact Cathy.

 

 

  • Floris Van Breugel - humpback whale tail
  • Floris Van Breugel - jellyfish
  • Krystle Wright - iceberg at sunset Pleneau Bay on Antarctic Penisula
  • Floris Van Breugel - pronghorn antelope
  • Floris Van Breugel - meadowlark
  • Floris Van Breugel - Northern Cascades
  • Floris Van Breugel - lupine
  • Floris Van Breugel - red fox
  • Floris Van Breugel - hummingbird
  • Floris Van Breugel - giant sequoia and dogwood
  • Floris Van Breugel - Patagonia
  • Floris Van Breugel - waterfall
  • Cesere Brothers - the whole clan
  • Floris Van Breugel - wolf in Lamar Valley
  • Floris Van Breugel - tropical fish and coral
  • Floris Van Breugel - coral
  • Floris Van Breugel - wenatchee balsamroot flower
  • Floris Van Breugel - hummingbird
  • Christine Darton-Henrichsen -Singular Beauty
  • Christine Darton-Henrichsen -Buzzy Bee
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This is worth saving.

 (Many thanks to photographer Christine Darton-Henrichsen (Potshots by Christine) for sharing the above bee and butterfly photos

and to photographer brothers John and Dan Cesere (Cesere Brothers Photography) for their color photos of whales

 and to adventure photographer Krystle Wright for the image of an Antarctic Penisula iceberg at sunset

and to photographer Floris van Breugel (Art In Nature Photography) for sharing the rest of these beautiful images of nature)

 

 

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."   

-Margaret Mead