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SOS .. Save our Species ... Limited Edition Prints ... an environmental call to us from our endangered Native wildlife

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This showing is a result of orders being placed for prints of the original artworks exhibited at Mary Cairncross Reserve Gallery in 2022.
From the 3rd till the 30th of April, 16 Limited Edition Prints prints will be on the walls and for sale at Vianta Cafe & Gallery at Simpson St, Beerwah. Also on show are 2 of the original artworks:

"A grouchy Army of Grunter demand more water"                            and  "A mobile troop of Corroboree frog heed the call"

Jim Cox

During April 2023 Jim Cox is presenting a series of prints from his very successful SOS series that was launched in July 2022.        

The list of prints available at Vianta are:

Black Cockies; Aviators; Dunnarts; Lyrebirds; Cassowary; Monotrmes; Bandicoots; Gouldian finches; Mulgara; Wombats; Feathertail Gliders; Numbat; Koalas; Pigmy Possums; Kultarr and Quoll

The following original artworks are still available: original works framed are 650mm X 550mm.

These works can be purchased by contacting Jim via email

An exhibition of 24 artworks featuring native Australian animals was held at Mary Cairncross Reserve, Maleny from 16th-31st July 2022.

This was accompanied by a book launch of "SOS.. Save our Species" with words from Elaine Green and images from Jim Cox.

The works were well received with 15 original artworks sold during the exhibition, and over 200 books. Limited edition prints were also offered to visitors to the exhibition and these can continue to be ordered unframed.


Jim's two life long passions have been making art and discovering Australian Native Animals.
 "I have illustrated for many environmental publications all my life hoping to make a difference!

But it seems no matter how many passionate Australians try to reverse the situation ... the extinctions continue"

An ambitious project

This project was Jim's most ambitious environmental work for some time. Started during Covid lock down it is a collection of environmental artworks  he hopes may cut through in a different way.

Collaboration with author Elaine Green has produced a publication 'SOS ... Save our Species' ...

which contains Jim's images and Elaine's delightful and insightful text as if spoken by each animal. (for more details see Books)

During the exhibition, local environmental volunteers from Barung Landcare, Maleny; Montville's Russell Family Park 'Bush Regeneration' group, Sunshine Coast's 'Backyards for Biodiversity' and Glossy Black Cockatoo Conservacy, Citizen Science Projects, talked to visitors about their projects ...

Our First Nations people must despair at our mismanagement and destructive practices.
Is it too late to turn this around and SAVE OUR SPECIES? I think we must!

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