Conservation

"The inspiration for creating my artworks are the finest details, summed up in the overall beauty of nature. It is my aim to capture that feeling of perfection and the natural spirit in my paintings. I want to show the viewer not only how I paint, but furthermore why I paint nature and animals. The value of a natural ecosystem and the living within is not prelimitary defined in economical factors but the worth of protection nature is defined by the beauty itself. "

Diana Höhlig's art works are recognized in international publications like the New European Breeding Bird Atlas, which will show some of her bird illustrations, to be published in 2020.

Conservation Projects & Causes

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Silent Skies (AFC) - Artists for Conservation - Silent Skies Project | Diana Hoehlig

Silent Skies (AFC)

Artwork donation 100% Painting Sira Curassow 8" x 8"

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> VINS Raptor &amp; Nature Center - Vermont Institute of Natural Science | Diana Hoehlig

VINS Raptor & Nature Center

A percentage of the procceeds from my sales of certain artwork will go to the VINS - Vermont Institute of Natural Science. The Nature Center strives to connect people to the environment and the stewarding of future environmental advocates.

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Kenya Artist Conservation Trip with Jan Martin McGuire  - Art for Ol&#039; Pejeta Conservancy | Diana Hoehlig

Kenya Artist Conservation Trip with Jan Martin McGuire

Kenya Artist Conservation trip with Jan and James McGuire.

Create Conservation Project/Cause - The New European Breeding Bird Atlas | Diana Hoehlig

EBBA2 - Illustrations for European Breeding Bird Atlas

The European Bird Census Council (EBCC), together with its partners across Europe, plans to produce a new atlas for breeding birds in Europe (EBBA2), to be published in 2020.

To realize this ambitious project the required resources at national and European levels needs funding through partners of the EBBC as well as networking of volunteer citizen, scientists and professional ornithologists across Europe.

Finally, the volume of data collected for the Atlas will make it one of the most comprehensive biodiversity data sets in the world!! Furthermore the decision was made, that...