I have two primary goals: create art and protect wildlife.
I invite you to donate to either cause.
Profits from my own life's adventures go towards sustaining my minimal lifestyle, creating new artwork and the creation of a wildlife refuge.
Art takes time to create, that's time spent not making money.
I'm currently working full time on creating canvas artwork, which while it does occasionally bring in money it does not consistantly pay the rent. On top of that add the thousands I still owe for college, the thousands I still owe on a car (that isn't even running at the moment) and there is little left to live on but hopes and dreams.
The less time I have to spend 'working' a 9 to 5 job, the more time I can spend creating artwork. Donate today and feed a starving artist.
If there ever comes a time when I can pull myself out of debt and move this business to a level that pays for itself, all donations will be payed forward as I will donate it to the next artist who needs help; so your money donated will never be wasted or spent frivilously.
I grew up with a wolf. I grew up loving animals.
I can only hope to one day be able to protect and preserve the wildlife in this country on a larger scale.
I currently have access to 20 acres of land on a mountain in Washington State. I don't own it (yet) but it's owned by my fiances family and there are no current plans for its use (other than my own)
The dream is to convert the area into a wildlife rescue; most likely focusing on wolves. The area used to be home to a large wolf population and in recent years they have mostly been driven out or killed.
This project may take several years to get off the ground, but any amount of funding that can be put towards it will be appreciated. We are also in negotiations to obtain additional surrounding land which has not been developed. Due to a very reclusive owner those negotations are likely to take several years, but its not likely the land will be used for anything else so I have high hopes for the future of this long term project and its expansion of territory.
With enough funds a small resort could be added to the property where visitors could come and view the rescued wildlife.
Help make Wolf Mountain a reality.