Wildize Foundation displays the unique artwork and sculpture from the African land. The foundation has a section of an African market on its site where one can find beautiful hand made items from the tribal land. Purchasing the items is also a way of supporting the projects.
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Wildize foundation delighted its members by displaying the unique artwork and sculpture from Africa. The African Market can be found on the online site of the corporation where it had put up its amazing collection of home goods, accessories and wonderful tribal and artifacts. Members can take a look at the products and can find their entailed description below the images. The fund collected by the sale of the products is then used by the foundation to support the projects.
The members of the corporation are equally glad about this thing as the products would now become their path to participate in a good cause. The African art is famous for its diverse legacies and these legacies are depicted in its artifacts. The site has some original paintings and sculptures which has been obtained first hand from Kenya and other African countries. It means that the members get an authentic piece of artwork from Africa.
The beautiful snare lion figure and the hand carved wooden hands showcase the typical artistry of the tribal land. The lion figure has been made by renowned Kenyan artist Kioko Mwitiki and displays his unique work. However the figure is not simply meant for sale. Eli Weiss, the founder and the president of Wildize, says that the purchase can help to remove the snares from the wild and can promote the on-ground projects of the foundation.
The artwork and sculptures of the African market make for catchy show pieces but at the same time they act as one of the measures of participation in the African conservation products. The online site of Wildize has numerous pages where one can check out the beautiful show pieces and photos one by one. Wildize believes that with a purchase of an item from the market one not only gets a good show piece but also takes a step towards the African conservation.
For more information about African market please visit http://www.wildize.org/market or call 970-923-1795