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Art can move, reveal and inspire us to seek a deeper understanding of the world around us”  John Banovich 
Art can move, reveal and inspire us to seek a deeper understanding of the world around us”  John Banovich 

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Wildscapes Foundation is pleased to announce several sponsorship levels are available that include exclusive access to the Award for Conservation Excellence (ACE) Ceremony and Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) events and national press recognition. Additionally, we are offering five host sponsorships to support the nominees travel expenses to the ceremony. Please call Kimberly Fletcher, Banovich Wildscapes Foundation, COO, at 307.200.1622 or email at info@wildscapesfoundation.org. #awardforconservationexcellence #conservation #wildlife
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We are proud to announce the release of the
Banovich Art Catalog Volume 8.
EXPLORE the new collection of Banovich limited editions and wild accents.

http://johnbanovich.com/uploads/Banovich_Catalog_2017_web_sm_final_10-10-2017.pdf
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Thank you to the Amphibian Survival Alliance for sharing this opportunity! The mission of (ACE) Award for Conservation Excellence is to honor and appreciate a legacy of conservation through recognition of men and women who share their passion to conserve the great outdoors, and have made extraordinary contributions to the sustainability of nature and wildlife. Kimberly Fletcher, COO, Banovich Wildscapes Foundation, www.wildscapesfoundation.org
http://www.amphibians.org/news/ace-award-2018/

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CALL FOR APPLICANTS 
The Award for Conservation Excellence (ACE)

Artist and conservationist John Banovich, through the Banovich Wildscapes Foundation , is pleased to announce a new award recognizing the extraordinary contributions made by the world's conservationists.

The Deadline for Call For Applicants is August 31, 2017.  If you need additional time or need assistance with the application please contact me at info@wildscapesfoundation.org.  

Kimberly Fletcher, COO, Banovich Wildscapes Foundation
www.awardforconservationexcellence.org
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Thank you to @Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine for featuring my new painting "Clean Water" in the current issue of the Fine Art Today Newsletter!!!! I am honored to be a part of the Western Visions Exhibition & Sale and celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the +National Museum of Wildlife Art.

http://fineartconnoisseur.com/2017/08/western-visions-2017/

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Western Visions Show & Sale
National Museum of Wildlife Art
Jackson, Hole, Wyoming
September 8 - October 8, 2017
Show & Sale: September 15, 5-8pm

The 30th Annual Western Visions®, presented by the National Museum of Wildlife Art, is one of the signature events of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival. Top contemporary wildlife artists – and collectors – from around the world will be congregating at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyo. The museum has carefully curated a field of living artists working with animal forms in a variety of media. The money raised from this fundraiser supports the Museum. The week’s events, offered at the Museum’s award-winning facility across from the National Elk Refuge, draw an international crowd to this critically acclaimed gathering. During Fall Arts Festival (and year-round), the Museum is a hub for art lovers, wildlife and outdoor enthusiasts, and more. John Banovich will present the new original oil painting "Clean Water", oil on belgian linen, 12 x 18 in, $13,000.

About John Banovich
John Banovich emerged as a talent to watch over two decades ago and today is known internationally for his large, dramatic portrayals of iconic wildlife. His deep passion, knowledge of wildlife and unwavering commitment to conservation continues to inspire. Banovich founded The Banovich Wildscapes Foundation, a nonprofit (501c3) organization fostering cooperative efforts to conserve the earth's wild places benefiting the wildlife and the people that live there.

Banovich's work is in important museum, corporate and private collections and has appeared in numerous prestigious venues including the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, National Museum of Wildlife Art, Wildlife Experience Art Museum, Salmagundi Club, Museum of the Southwest, Natural History Museum, Gilcrease Museum, traveling exhibitions sponsored by the Society of Animal Artists and showcases hosted by Safari Club International and Dallas Safari Club.

In the press, Banovich’s work has been showcased on NBC’s Entertainment Tonight, The Outdoor Channel, The Great American Country Channel, Orion Entertainment, Versus, PBS and most recently NBC has written about his dedication to his conservation work and named him an NBC Cause Celebrity.

Please contact Kimberly Fletcher at 307.200.1622 or email media@johnbanovich.com for further information and images.

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THE ART OF CONSERVATION
Plantation Grille, Brays Island Plantation, SC
Guest Speaker: John Banovich, Artist/Conservationist
March 13, 2017, 3:30-5:00pm

Hosted by Chris & Amy Dorsey

"When I was born in 1964 there were 3.5 billion people on earth, today it has doubled to over 7 billion, and growing every hour. With a little math, that adds up to approximately 600 billion pounds of added biomass, omnivore bio mass. Humans consume more than any other vertebrates of equal size and they like a surfeit of food, cars, electronics, air conditioning...so they, we, represent a tremendous demand on the world's resources. We are expected to swell to nearly 9.5 billion by 2050. The concern for all of us should be, can these extra billions not only be fed, but rise out of poverty through economic development without the planet being destroyed? Can it be done without rainforests being torn down for agriculture; without the fish stocks of the oceans being void of life; without the atmosphere being swamped with climate-changing carbon from thousands of new power stations; without savannas turning to deserts? Less than eight percent of the earth's terrestrial surface is protected, not nearly enough to maintain enough space for animals, therefore wildlife must coexist with man in a human dominated landscape. It has a fighting chance on those landscapes only if it can be managed as a natural resource.

On Monday, March 13th we will explore man's relationship to nature and the ways in which man can co-exist with Big Things With Big Teeth in a world of shrinking habitat."

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On behalf of all of us at the Banovich Art Center, we would like to wish you a very joyful Holiday Season. Enjoy Banovich Art's new collection of luxury stocking stuffers and find the perfect Holiday gift for the loved ones in your life. 

https://issuu.com/kimberly25/docs/banovich_2016_holiday_gift_guide_sm

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"Thank you to everyone at +Chem Chem Safaris Lodges - Tanzania Africa for the amazing moments on my 41st journey to Africa. With your talent, determination and the right dusting of luck you have forged heaven from perhaps a diminishing world. You have resurrected a world of Zen for both man and Beast.” John Banovich
Chem Chem Safari Lodges offers a rich Tanzanian experience and elegant accommodations for travelers between the Tarangire National Park and Lake Manyara. Located on private concession in a wildlife conservation area, Chem Chem shares its Slow Safari philosophy, which is to experience the African journey with a deep and relaxed appreciation and awakened senses.
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