Meet our new friends: Paint The Parks!

February 05, 2015

We always love finding new organizations helping artists use their talents for good. Our See America campaign has helped us find other park-minded artists, and when we just met Karin Leonard, founder of Paint The Parks, we knew we had to share it with our artists - especially all the CAN painters out there! 

The purpose of PainttheParks.com is to spark a fire in the hearts of artists, art lovers and nature enthusiasts all over the world.

Participation is easy. PaintTheParks.com provides complimentary links to artists' websites, using pages that feature their parks paintings worldwide. Participating artists donate a minimum of 10% from the sale of their parks paintings to the respective State and National Park Associations, or a Park-related Program of their choice.

And when patrons purchase from participating artists worldwide, in addition to owning beautiful original art, they also demonstrate a commitment to conserving these precious sanctuaries worldwide.

Through painting, purchasing and donating, we intend to protect precious nature reserves for future generations.

Would love to have you join the quest to paint and preserve our parks, whether you are an artist, an art collector or a nature lover! Please visit http://www.painttheparks.com/participants/ to get started.





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