Global Gala for Rhinos

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HELPING RHINOS & OL PEJETA CONSERVANCY

GLOBAL GALA FO R R H I N O S

Sponsors

IN LONDON AND AROUND THE WORLD

SATURDAY 23RD OCTOBER 2021 20:00 EAT | 18:00 BST | 13:00 EST | 10:00 PST

Live on Stage at the Royal Geographical Society in London & online via YouTube

A FUNDRAISER LIVE & ONLINE IN AID OF

R H I N O STRONGHOLDS

TICKETS: helpingrhinos.org/globalgalatickets


LIVE FROM LONDON AT THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY AND STREAMING AROUND THE WORLD ONLINE


AN INTRODUCTION FROM YOUR HOSTS Once again, Helping Rhinos and Ol Pejeta Conservancy are teaming up to bring you an awe-inspiring evening of entertainment and enlightenment. Rhino focussed of course, we look forward to bringing you up to date with the latest news of this iconic species and sharing the stunning scenery and wild landscapes we have missed so much these past interminable months, as a result of the COVID pandemic.

Simon Jones CEO, Helping Rhinos

Wildlife conservation is all too often an account of highs and lows, and we have much to report. Ol Pejeta can rejoice in the fact that, for more than three years there has been zero poaching incidents on the Conservancy. But global travel restrictions have devastated wildlife tourism and funding for critical conservation projects has been hit hard. Essential for the long-term survival of both black and white rhino are the 'Rhino Strongholds' we must secure in perpetuity if the rhino is to survive. This is our focus for the evening and we do hope you can support us. Every hectare we protect, every additional acre we can secure will help not just the rhino, their habitat and surrounding ecosystem, but local communities, business enterprise, the wider environment and our planet. It is, quite literally, that far reaching.

Richard Vigne Managing Director, Ol Pejeta Conservancy


GLOBAL GALA FOR RHINOS HOSTED BY

SIMON JONES - CEO, HELPING RHINOS | RICHARD VIGNE - MD, OL PEJETA

PRESENTERS MEGAN MCCUBBIN

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JONTY HEARNDEN

CO-HOSTS CHARLES GRAHAM LYNDA LEONARD PABLO LEVINAS ELZBIETA LIS OLIVIER RAYNAL MAUREEN SULLIVAN DUANE SHARMAN DRORIT WERTHEIM RICHARD & ANNABEL WILSON

AMBASSADORS KRISTIN BAUER ROS BIRD NOOR BOULOS (THREAT Q) GILES CLARK STUART CLARKE SARAH COBDEN-RAMSEY (RHINO TEARS) JESSICA DANNHEISSER DULK SCOTT EDDY DUNCAN FINCH WILLIAM FORTESCUE ANA GONZALEZ (PROJECT ONE PLANET EARTH) JEFF HARRISON (PEDALING AGAINST POACHING) IAN KERR KAREN LAURENCE-ROWE PHIL LIGGETT MEGAN McCUBBIN VICTORIA MacMILLAN-BELL KAT MacLEOD & LAURA MESSER (YOGA FOR THE WILD) JUSTIN MOTT JAMES MWENDA LISA PHILPOTT DARYL PLEASANTS GURCHARAN ROOPRA HANNAH RUSSELL PRIYA SHAH (MIA KORA) BRIONY SMITH CHAD STEPHENSON HANNAH STITFALL AMY TURNER (THIS WILDLIFE PODCAST) AMI VITALE BEN WALLACE


TONIGHT'S PROGRAMME WORLD PREMIER performance of JESSICA DANHEISSER'S string quartet Welcome from MEGAN McCUBBIN Protecting Rhino Strongholds with SIMON JONES Challenges and Successes on Ol Pejeta with RICHARD VIGNE Rhino Strongholds Film - PROTECT Exclusive performance by QADASI & MAQHINGA Falling in Love with Rhinos with MEGAN McCUBBIN Rhino Strongholds Film - SUSTAIN WORLD PREMIER Contemporary Dance Performance of COEXISTENCE choreographed by Caroline Raynal Rhino Strongholds Film - INSPIRE Global Gala AUCTION with JONTY HEARNDEN Exclusive performance by QADASI & MAQHINGA



YOUR HOSTS PROUDLY PRESENT

MEGAN McCUBBIN

QADASI & MAQHINGA

Megan is a passionate zoologist with a particular interest in behaviour, evolution and the illegal wildlife trade. Having travelled the world from a young age, she became familiar with living in remote areas whilst searching for incredible wildlife. From tracking in the African bush to hiking through the Antarctic continent, Megan has extensive experience working in different climates with an array of species.

Hailing from Empangeni in the heart of Zululand, David ‘Qadasi’ Jenkins and Maqhinga Radebe are a South African Music Award winning duo on a quest to revive the powerful sounds of traditional Maskandi music. Both professional musicians in their own right, the duo have taken their fusion of traditional Zulu and western folk music to audiences in the UK, Europe, Asia and throughout South Africa.

PRESENTER

EXCLUSIVE PERFORMANCE


YOUR HOSTS PROUDLY PRESENT

JESSICA DANNHEISSER WORLD PREMIER PERFORMANCE Composer Jessica Dannheisser has formed a string quartet exclusively for Global Gala for Rhinos. The quartet will perform the world premiere of Jessica's arrangement of the Theme from 'Secret Safari: Into The Wild', a wildlife series about Kenya's Ol Pejeta conservancy, which is home to many endangered species. Jessica is a composer based in London who mainly writes music for film and television. Last year she scored Channel 4 wildlife series 'Secret Safari: Into The Wild' which is narrated by Andrew Scott and set in Ol Pejeta. Other recent scores include BBC/CNN feature documentary 'Race for the Vaccine', Sky One's 'Jack & The Beanstalk, After Ever After' and the BAFTA-winning drama-documentary 'Suffragettes With Lucy Worsley'.


YOUR HOSTS PROUDLY PRESENT

COEXISTENCE

WORLD PREMIER CONTEMPORARY DANCE PERFORMANCE Caroline Raynal, principal dancer in the Moulin Rouge in Paris has choreographed a contemporary dance piece, titled Coexistence. The world premier performance on Coexistence will be performed live on stage at the Global Gala for Rhinos by West End performer Philip Marriott and Katie Hayward. The dance will be performed to the track Do We Tremble At Night, written and recorded by Caroline's husband Olivier Raynal. Like the dance itself, Do We Tremble at Night was inspired by the daily battle to protect the rhinos of Ol Pejeta.

Caroline Raynal

Olivier Raynal

Philip Marriott

Katie Hayward


Today's event will help to create and protect

RHINO STRONGHOLDS

Protecting rhino in a natural and sustainable habitat for the benefit of the animals, the wild spaces and the local communities.


THREATS TO RHINO: HABITAT LOSS

HALF

the world’s human population growth by 2100 will occur in Africa.

INCREASED

pressure on wild spaces is threatening the future survival of Africa’s wildlife.


THREATS TO RHINO: POACHING

95%

of Africa's black rhino population has been lost in the last 50 years

TWO

northern white rhino remain in the planet today. Both are at Ol Pejeta Conservancy


THREATS TO RHINO: PROLONGED IMPACT OF PANDEMIC

85%

of conservation income has been lost since the start of the pandemic

RISK

to essential conservation work such as anti-poaching operations


“THE ILLEGAL WILDLIFE TRADE THREATENS NOT ONLY THE SURVIVAL OF ENTIRE SPECIES, SUCH AS RHINOS, BUT ALSO THE LIVELIHOODS AND, OFTEN, THE VERY LIVES OF MILLIONS OF PEOPLE ACROSS AFRICA.”

YAYA TOURE

IVORIAN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALLER EX BARCELONA AND MANCHESTER CITY


YOUR DONATIONS AND AUCTION BIDS WILL HELP

PROTECT

© Justin Mott

Proven anti-poaching operations and groundbreaking technology to protect rhino.


YOUR DONATIONS AND AUCTION BIDS WILL HELP

SUSTAIN

Maximise land availability and support range expansion to encourage natural behaviours


YOUR DONATIONS AND AUCTION BIDS WILL HELP

INSPIRE

Improve livelihoods by encouraging leadership, strategic thinking, problem solving skills, with added mentoring and financial support.


THE LIVE AUCTION

View all items and bid online at helpingrhinos.org/globalgalaauction


Auctioneer - Jonty Hearnden


Lot 1

Live Auction

'African White Rhino' Original by Matthew Bell This exquisite original drawing is on an acid-free 200g Fabriano Academia paper and framed in a white box frame. It is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, signed by the Artist. One doesn’t come across pencil art nearly as often as painting but pencil is the only medium Matthew was ever interested in using. Each drawing of Matthew's is ‘constructed’ using many layers of pencil, whether colour or graphite. These normally start with the lightest colours, working into darker layers as the drawing progresses. The whole process can take three to four weeks to complete, depending on the size. A slightly textured paper, Fabriano Academia 200g is what Matthew uses for his original drawings. This helps to make the layering more effective. Almost as important as the actual subject in Matthew’s artwork, is the blank space surrounding it. This places all the focus on the subject and creates an impact unique to Matthew’s work. Medium: Dimensions:

Pencil on acid-free 200g Fabriano Academia paper 27 x 19 cm

kindly donated by Matthew Bell

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Matthew Bell Matthew was born in April 1989 in Nelspruit, a small town in Mpumalanga province in the north eastern region of South Africa and has always had a love for the bushveld in that area of the country. Nelspruit is just a 40 minute drive from the famous Kruger National Park, as well as many other well known game reserves and inspiration for his wildlife art was never far away. "Africa is in my blood and is the only place I have ever wanted to live. This beautiful continent and it's fauna and flora is where I get my inspiration from and what gives me a real connection to each and every artwork I create."


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Lot 2

Live Auction

4 Night Luxury Safari for 2 at Mutara Camp, Ol Pejeta Conservancy

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As guests of Ol Pejeta Conservancy you will spend four nights at the magical Jambo Mutara Camp, a luxury, tailor-made canvas tent boasting top-class interior furnishings and en-suite bathroom; it is very easy to forget you are in a tent. Each tent has a deluxe kingsized bed and a cozy reading area, guests can enjoy sundowners on their private deck. During the day guests can take a dip in the infinity pool overlooking a busy wildlife watering hole. In addition to staying at the luxurious camp, you will visit the last two northern white rhino in the world and spend time with their dedicated caregivers. You will also be shown how Ol Pejeta's K-9 dog unit tracks scents and keeps wildlife and the local communities protected. You will participate in lion tracking with a guide and end your trip with a scenic sundowner in the bush. This safari is inclusive of full board accommodation, two game drives a day, conservancy entry fees and transfers by road to and from Nairobi.

kindly donated by Ol Pejeta Conservancy




ABOUT OL PEJETA Ol Pejeta is the largest black rhino sanctuary in East and Central Africa, and home to the last two remaining northern white rhino on the planet. It is the only place in Kenya to see chimpanzees, in a Sanctuary established to rehabilitate animals rescued from the black market. It has some of the highest predator densities in Kenya, and still manages a very successful livestock programme. Ol Pejeta also seeks to support the people living around its borders, to ensure wildlife conservation translates to better education, healthcare and infrastructure for the next generation of wildlife guardians. Ol Pejeta does rhino conservation like no one else. The Conservancy employs highly trained rhino protection squads, partners with international veterinary experts and ensures data is gathered regularly on each individual animal. Steps like these ensure it remains a role model for rhino conservation in East Africa. In 2015, Ol Pejeta took over the management of the neighbouring Mutara Conservancy (20,000 acres). This will be adequately secured over the next few years to accommodate Ol Pejeta’s expanding black rhino population – which is nearing full carrying capacity. Not only does Mutara provide a much-needed safe habitat for black rhino, but also acts as a safe corridor for migratory wildlife which connects Ol Pejeta to the greater Laikipia ecosystem.


Lot 3

Live Auction

'James and Fatu' by Nick Brandt This thought provoking print is presented signed by the artist and a numbered edition of 15. It is unframed. Photographed in Zimbabwe and Kenya in late 2020, The Day May Break is the first part of a global series portraying people and animals impacted by environmental destruction. The people in the photos have all been badly affected by climate change - some displaced by cyclones that destroyed their homes, others such as farmers displaced & impoverished by years-long severe droughts. James used to own a 5 acre farm in Kenya. He was successful and “life was good.” But years of long droughts made making a living so hard that in 2015, bankrupt, he was forced to move with his wife and child and look for a job of any kind. This formerly proud, independent farmer has been reduced by climate change to being a casual labourer in the city.

Medium: Dimensions:

Archival Pigment Print 20 x 26.6 inches

kindly donated by Nick Brandt

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Nick Brandt The themes in Nick Brandt’s photographic series always relate to the destructive impact that humankind is having on both the natural world and now humans themselves too. His series / books include: The Day May Break (2021); This Empty World (2019); Inherit the Dust (2016); On This Earth, A Shadow Falls, Across the Ravaged Land (2013). Brandt has had solo gallery and museum shows around the world, including New York, London, Berlin, Stockholm, Paris and Los Angeles. Born and raised in England, he now lives in the southern Californian mountains. He is co-founder of Big Life Foundation, fighting to protect the animals and ecosystem of a large area of Kenya and Tanzania.


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Lot 85

Live Auction

'Zainab with mother Miriam and Najin' by Nick Brandt This thought provoking print is presented signed by the artist and a numbered edition of 15. It is unframed. Zainab’s mother, Miriam, was married and used to live near a river in central Kenya. Their house was destroyed in 2017 by the river bursting its banks during the floods, and they lost everything. Miriam wasn't there because she was visiting a relative, so her husband blamed her for the loss; he left her and daughters Zainab and Amina with nothing. They all now live in a rented room in Nanyuki while Miriam sells fruit and vegetables. Throughout the series, the young girls appear as the strongest. Young, & female: the future, & the more empathetic of the sexes (to generalise but not without some historical and sociological validity to back up this generalisation). Thus Zainab here, like some young African Queen Boudica.

Medium: Dimensions:

Archival Pigment Print 20 x 26.6 inches

kindly donated by Nick Brandt

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Nick Brandt The themes in Nick Brandt’s photographic series always relate to the destructive impact that humankind is having on both the natural world and now humans themselves too. His series / books include: The Day May Break (2021); This Empty World (2019); Inherit the Dust (2016); On This Earth, A Shadow Falls, Across the Ravaged Land (2013). Brandt has had solo gallery and museum shows around the world, including New York, London, Berlin, Stockholm, Paris and Los Angeles. Born and raised in England, he now lives in the southern Californian mountains. He is co-founder of Big Life Foundation, fighting to protect the animals and ecosystem of a large area of Kenya and Tanzania.


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Lot 4

Live Auction

Sudan, an African Legend Original Artwork by Karen Laurence-Rowe When internationally award winning artist Karen LaurenceRowe first met Sudan, he was already very old and rarely showed much energy. It is therefore, with grateful thanks to Glyn Edmonds who kindly allowed Karen to use his reference shot of Sudan - tail up and showing the kind of feistiness displayed by a much younger rhino, that Karen was able to produce this stunning watercolour. Obsessed with the legend he has become, this is the third painting of Sudan Karen have completed - and the second watercolour. Sketching, photographing and spending time with this great beast has left his memory firmly sketched in her mind and it is Karen's greatest wish that the funds raised from this artwork can help do some good for those he left behind.

Medium: Dimensions:

Watercolour 29 x 21 inches

kindly donated by Karen Laurence-Rowe

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Karen Laurence-Rowe Karen has lived in Africa all her life and currently resides in Kenya where the extraordinary wildlife and landscapes continue to capture her imagination and fill the canvases and surfaces that she works on. In the last few years, Karen has increasingly turned her attention to the conservation of wildlife and endangered species. Her work clearly reflects Karen's passion in this area.


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Lot 5

Live Auction

6 Night Safari for two people at Ol Pejeta Conservancy

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A fabulous 6-night Safari for 2 at the beautiful Sweetwaters Serena Tented Camp & Pelican House.

We have tailored a six-night safari for two at Ol Pejeta Conservancy the largest black rhino sanctuary in East & Central Africa. As guests of Ol Pejeta, you will get to stay at two very different types of accommodation, experiencing the variety that the conservancy has to offer. You will spend three nights at the beautiful Pelican House that has a deck overlooking Pelican Dam, and another three nights at the luxurious Sweetwaters Serena Tented Camp. As guests you will visit the last two northern white rhino in the world and spend time with their dedicated caregivers. You will also be shown how Ol Pejeta's K-9 dog unit tracks scents and keeps wildlife and the local communities protected. You will participate in lion tracking with a guide and end your trip with a scenic sundowner in the bush.

kindly donated by Serena Hotels & Ol Pejeta Conservancy


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Lot 6

Live Auction

'Mindful' Original Artwork by Diana Höhlig

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As a Wildlife artist it is my goal to portray the natural countenance of each species I draw and to give the viewer the possibility to look closely into the wild animals eyes. The mindful glance of the Mountain Gorilla reminds me about our own evolutionary relationship to our animal ancestors. It is sad to see the last populations declining due to habitat loss, human-conflicts and poaching in the animals wild habitat at the African continent. With the donation of my artwork, I hope to raise awareness together with the proceeds going towards wildlife conservation.

Diana Höhlig

This work is done in Scratchboard technique. It is a unique medium which allows me to create very detailed works and to transport my emotions for nature and wildlife with an artistic contrast and atmosphere. A Scratchboard is a wooden panel, covered with clay and painted completely in black Indian ink on top. I use a scalpel to carefully scratch the surface of the board and to remove the black color. This way the white clay layer is revealed by creating delicate white lines and textures with the sharp knife.

Nowadays, Diana lives in Switzerland; her frequent travels act as inspiration for her many stunning pictures of birds and other wildlife, winning numerous prices. This drawing is based on photos, taken on her trip to Ol Pejeta in 2018.

Medium: Dimensions:

Scratchboard 28 x 36 cm

kindly donated by Dianan Höhlig

Diana Hoehlig was born 1985 in Germany. Her love for nature and art started with early childhood. Diana grew up in a rural village of Eastern-Germany surrounded by nature and farm animals. Today, Diana describes her relation to the natural world and her art as the true essence of life. She loves the deep, honest feeling of joy to be close to wild animals and the inspiration experienced by trips into nature.


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Lot 7

Live Auction

'Original Rhino Tear' by Sarah Cobden-Ramsey This delicate pendant and chain is Rhino Tears' most luxurious piece featuring the original Rhino Tear cast in a beautiful 9ct yellow gold and their special assay mark. Lovingly hand-polished for a premium finish this 9ct gold tear drop weighs approximately 10 grammes and comes with a 16" 9ct gold chain. It is presented exclusively to the Global Gala for Rhinos Auction. The gold Pendant on sale today is the original pendant concept​ which inspired the design of the Rhino Tear. ​Sarah has subsequently sold thousands​of Rhino Tears around the world​​, ​ with all the profits ​donated to help rhino conservation , community and anti-poaching projects.

Material: Weight:

9ct Gold 10 grammes

kindly donated by Rhino Tears and Sarah Cobden-Ramsey

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Sarah Cobden-Ramsey Rhino Tears founder Sarah Cobden-Ramsey started Rhino Tears Jewellery in 2016 following an eyeopening experience at the Kariega Game Reserve in South Africa where she met the famous poaching survivor rhino Thandi, and heard her extraordinary tale. Thandi was subjected to a brutal poaching attack and lived to tell the tale and has since gone on to have 4 calves. Daniel, Sarah's Ranger and passionate conservationist, on discovering she was a jeweller, persuaded Sarah to design a Rhino Tear to not only raise money but also to raise awareness of the plight of the rhino.


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Lot 8

Live Auction

'The Precipice' by William Fortescue This is the first time William has released a rhino image and he has given edition 2/10 to Ol Pejeta Conservancy to auction before the rest of the prints are available, making it an exciting opportunity to collect the first available edition of one of photography’s fastest rising stars.

Medium: Dimensions:

Need to add photo paper type 48 x 34 inches

kindly donated by William Fortescue

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William Fortescue The cornerstone of William's photography is the desire to depict wild animals in their natural environment. William feels that his presence should have no great influence on the behaviour of his subject as doing so the image will no longer be what he strives for; natural.


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Live Auction

'Fatu' Original by Robert Cordingley 'Robert Cordingly has always wanted to paint a Rhinoceros. This opportunity to support such a good cause at the same time was too good to miss. From a wonderful photograph he relished the chance too produce his own interpretation of Fatu, the youngest of only two Northern White Rhinos left in the world today. Fatu' measures 92cm x 92cm and is painted on marine plywood. The board is prepared using high quality gesso primer and varnished using Windsor and Newton acrylic varnish.

Medium: Dimensions:

Marine Plywood 92 x 92 cm

all profits kindly donated by Robert Cordingley

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Robert Cordingley Robert Cordingley (born 1982) is a British artist who grew up in Devon. Now a renowned representational painter. His paintings are exhibited and belong in collections worldwide. Rob's style is best described by Art Historian Richard Ormond who stated "his pictures may belong to a naturalistic tradition but they are infused with the spirit of today"


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Lot 10

Live Auction

4 Night Safari on Ol Pejeta for up to 12 people

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Fabulous 4-night Safari at Ol Pejeta House, a luxury landmark accommodation for up to 12 guests.

WA four-night safari at the newly renovated Ol Pejeta House originally built by Saudia Arabian billionaire, Adnan Khashoggi. Ol Pejeta House is now a luxurious private house that accommodates up to twelve guests comfortably. The guests will have exclusive use of the house during their stay. Ol Pejeta is the biggest black rhino sanctuary in east and central Africa. This safari will show the guests behind the scenes of what it takes to protect these rhinos by going on a rhino patrol with rangers. They will meet the brave antipoaching unit and the K-9 team that help protect the conservancy and its communities. Additionally, they get a special visit to the last northern white rhinos in the world and meet their dedicated caregivers, go lion tracking and enjoy a sundowner in the scenic wilderness.

kindly donated by Ol Pejeta Conservancy


Lot 10


ABOUT HELPING RHINOS Viable rhino populations that have the freedom to roam in their natural habitat, under the strain of global climate change and when the pressures on land and natural resources are increasing at such a rapid rate, is a constant challenge. At Helping Rhinos we recognise the need to restore habitats back to their natural state while simultaneously providing for the local communities. Helping Rhinos invests in critical projects that have the greatest potential to protect the black and white rhino in Africa. We support partners in the field that not only demonstrate a commitment to rhino conservation; their protection and reproduction in their natural habitat, but who also recognise the importance of local community involvement employment opportunities, business creation opportunities and education in local schools.

It’s true, a little can go a long way and money spent wisely can have a tremendous lasting impact. Together with our partners, like Ol Pejeta, and the generous support of our donors, we are able to continue the critical care and protection the rhino needs to thrive.


THE SILENT AUCTION

The following pages are a selection of our silent auction items. To view the full catalogue of auction items, please visit

helpingrhinos.org/globalgalaauction


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Lot 13

Lot 18

'The Rhino' by Jonathan Chiswell-Jones

'Rhino' by Tom Middleton

B'Cosmos Rhino' by Kenda Francis

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Silent Auction

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Reduction fired lustre plate Size: diameter of 32.5cm

Medium: graphite pencil Size: 23.4 x 16.5 inches

Medium: Acrylics on un-stretched canvas Size: 42 x 36 inches

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Lot 26

'Stamina' Original Artwork by El Seed Art

The Rhino Stack Bracelet by Wear4Wild

Curled Pangolin Bronze by Jonathan Parkinson

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Medium: acrylics on stretched canvas Size: 40 x 24 inches

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Three stack combination bracelet Sizes available: 7", 7.5", 8", 8.5" or 9"

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Sculpture: Bronze on Bronze. Size: 15cm W 13cm D 6cm H


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Lot 35

Extra Large FlipFlop Rhino by Ocean Sole

'Continuum' by Kimberly Webber

'Kapela' Original by Karen Laurence-Rowe

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Silent Auction

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Recycled flipflop material Size: 57cm L x 22cm W x 35cm H

Medium: Rice Paper, Earth Pigments, Encaustic, Oil on canvas Size: 36 x 27 inches

Medium: Watercolour Size: 48cm x 55cm

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Lot 89

Lot 90

Weekend for Two Dancing with the Strictly Stars

'Three Brothers' by Pablo Levinas

'The Last Goodbye' by Ami Vitale

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Available selected dates throughout 2021/2022. Voucher valid for 24 months

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Medium: Matte paper Size: 12 x 18 inches

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Medium: Canon Infinity Edition Etching Rag Size: 11 x 16 inches


A SPECIAL THANK YOU

to the following people who have made the Global Gala for Rhinos possible Our Headline Sponsors - ITS and our auction safari sponsors Mutara Camp and Serena Hotels Megan McCubbin who donated her time to present the Global Gala for Rhinos Pablo Levinas and Ben Wallace for the filming and editing of the Rhinos Strongholds trilogy of films Jessica Dannheisser and her string quartet who gave their time to compose and perform tonight Caroline Raynal, Olivier Raynal, Philip Mariott and Katie Hayward who donated their time to choreograph and perform Coeixestence Qadasi and Maqhinga for their exclusive performances at Global Gala for Rhinos Everyone who has so kindly donated items to the Global Gala for Rhinos auction The Helping Rhinos and Ol Pejeta Conservancy teams who have worked tirelessly to put on Global Gala for Rhinos To our many supporters for joining us either at Royal Geographical Society or via the online stream


FOR MORE INFORMATION

on the work of Helping Rhinos and Ol Pejeta Conservancy, please contact: email Helping Rhinos at rhino@helpingrhinos.org email Ol Pejeta Conservancy at info@olpejetaconservancy.org Follow us on social media

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