Raising funds for the Wolves—a Virtual Show

Miatuk and Friends Painting

In honor of Wolf Awareness Week in October I have activated the gofundme campaign for wolf protection we created before the pandemic.


As another part of our efforts on behalf of wolves, ‘Be Heart Now,’ has helped create a virtual art show online at https://www.beheartnow.com/saveourwolves.

People can either donate to gofundme or buy art from our virtual show or do both! There is also a video of other artists in our project, and if something interests you, we can connect you with them.

All proceeds help support the work being done to halt decisions in this administration to undo wolf protection, and to stop the unnecessary and merciless killing of wolves.

Keystone predators, such as wolves, create an environment that shifts climate change away from a pandemic world. Wolves are amazing animals we cannot afford to lose.

Article “Why the Fight for Wolves Matters

Virtual Art Show: https://www.beheartnow.com/saveourwolves

Gofundme: https://www.gofundme.com/f/3sdus3-heroes-and-heroines-wolves-in-our-midst

Video of benefit artwork: https://vimeo.com/362938604

artwork: Miatuk and Friends by Nanda Currant

Wolves in Our Midst — Take a Wolf Home for the Holidays

Snow Pack by Bill Harrison

Come see the show Wolves in Our Midst at Nectar Creations and take a Wolf home for the holidays!

Nectar Creations • 330 Ingalls Street, Santa Cruz

November thru December 6th First Friday

This traveling show of twenty five artists will visit Amy Wolfe’s store for November (extended thru Dec 6th — First Friday!). There will be prints, books, photos, and original art for sale to help further the cause to protect and learn about wolves.

Come see the unique portraits of legendary and contemporary wolves by artists that are local and beyond.

Benefit Art Show

Santa Cruz Food Lounge
1001 Center Street #1
Downtown Santa Cruz, CA

September 5th–30th

Open 7am–8pm daily (on Sundays the best viewing time is before 11am or after  1pm)

Enjoy beautiful wolf related artworks by over 20 artists living locally, around the country and the world! Art will be for sale to benefit the wolves.

We envision the show as a corridor where wolves and our imagination can free roam to celebrate their presence in our midst.

The official opening was Friday, September 6th, 2019, 5–9pm. We had a good turnout and enjoyed hearing from Mark Miller who told tales of Yellowstone wolves and his photography, visiting with ambassador wolfdogs Ember and his clan, along with:

  • Food from My Mom’s Mole
  • Music by Lorna Kohler from Wishbone Drum
  • Introduction to Heroes and Heroines Art Project
  • Artwork, cards & t-shirts for sale

The show will be up thru the month of September!

“The wolf needs storytellers.”    ∼ Brenda Peterson, Wolf Nation

Be sure to check in to the website during the month of September to see the date for our Family Day, focusing on art in service of the wild. Come draw and write about your wolf!

artwork shown:  “Mia Tuk” © by Nanda Currant / Nanda’s Website

Preview Show

Eurasian Wolf by Nanda Currant

July 5–28th, 2019

Homeless Garden Project Store
1338 Pacific Avenue
Downtown Santa Cruz, CA

Nanda Currant, filmmaker and director of the Heroes and Heroines Project spoke at the opening July 5th, about the importance and role of art in service of the wild, and their focus on behalf of wolves.

The preview show is a taste of some of the work created by twenty-five artists about wolves. Art will be on display including cards, wave books, t-shirts, prints, photos, dvds, paintings and woodcuts.

Information will be available about wolf recovery past and present.

This event is timely to help oppose the recent proposal to remove them from the endangered species list. The deadline is July 15. Come and enjoy the art, sign the petition, and learn about wolves in our midst.

A portion of the proceeds will benefit the wolf protection fund.

Nanda has set up a gofundme fundraising page for the project at:   Fundraiser for Heroes and Heroines Project

artwork shown:  “Eurasian Wolf” © by Nanda Currant