A voice for the voiceless - Art Collector

Hayden Fowler, Second Nature IV. Courtesy: the artist.

Compassionate Voices, a unique exhibition that combines art and design to support animal protection, is in its last weeks of exhibiting.

Opened on 14 August, the exhibition is a collaboration between the animal protection institute Voiceless, Australian furniture and homeware designers Koskela, and a group of 31 Australian artists and designers united by their passion for animal protection. Each work draws on an animal theme and aims to celebrate animals, art and creativity.

Curated by Liane Rossler, the exhibition features works by such artists as Michael Zavros, Marian Tubs and Tony Albert.

All works are available for purchase online and will be displayed until 7 September at Koskela’s Rosebery exhibition space.

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