Hello there, I hope this post finds you well and that you are looking forward to a great weekend.
Well, following my last piece, The Highland Tiger, I kept getting an image flooding my mind of this fellow! I couldn’t get him out of my mind, not that I wanted to, and so I decided to co-create with him too! The third piece in my new Wild Soul collection, Eyes That Say It All… was a real joy to create and I am just so happy to be able to sit and look into his mesmerising huge eyes, as often as I can!
As you will know from my last blog my heart and soul is deeply connected with Scottish Wildcats as my maternal family clan McIntosh’s emblem is the Highland Tiger. I am also devastated to learn that after recent research scientists have discovered that this vital predator in the Scottish Highlands is no longer viable in the wild.
So, I am going to send donations to the Saving Wildcats charity – 10% of all profits from sales of this image, as they are captive breeding to release now and are probably the last project to be able to save this iconic species from extinction. You can read more about their work at their website HERE for lots more information about what they are doing.
I am delighted to be able to offer greetings cards, as singles or as a multi pack of 5, A4 or A3 size Sinterix prints and the original piece of Eyes That Say It All… so please do visit my shop page HERE to view and order cards or prints and message me HERE if you’d like to inquire about the original piece. I ship globally.
So if you love this piece and would like to share him with others, or perhaps to get a gift for someone you love that is passionate about these amazing cats, know that you are also helping to protect and save these beautiful animals at the same time.
I hope you love him and can sit and connect with him through this image and at my Gallery too, I’d love to hear what messages/emotions you feel from him either commenting here or feel free to write to me at my Get in Touch page.
Love as always, and may this iconic species be brought back from the brink,
Jules Chabeaux XXX