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Oil on canvas

Unframed 122 x 152cm


Protected habitats are being destroyed and wildlife is forced into villages in search of food, causing an increase in human-wildlife conflict where animals destroy crops, cattle and homes. Deforestation can lead to a direct loss of wildlife habitat, with the removal of trees and other types of vegetation reducing the available food, shelter, and breeding habitat for animals.


The rate of species extinction is 1,000-10,000 times faster due to human activity. Loss of habitat, over-exploitation, climate change and pollution are responsible. Frances Gynn’s work has, for some time, been informed by nature and human engagement with it, particularly more recently environmental issues. As plastics became more evident in the landscape, her artistic practice reflected a growing concern for the human effect on the environment. What does it mean to be connected with nature?


£7,000 Unframed

Deforestation Brazil

Excluding VAT
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