Local and foreign artists feature terrestrial and aquatic species in their artworks at exhibition


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  • Thursday, 18 Oct 2018

The bond shared by elephant parents and their young represented in Alice Chang’s oil piece, ‘Love II’.

THE majesty of wildlife was evident to all who visited WWF-Malaysia’s Art for Nature 2018 exhibition in Gurney Paragon Mall, Penang.

Species both terrestrial and aquatic were beautifully portrayed in most of the 65 featured artworks done by 19 local and foreign artists.

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