Eco Art International - A human adventure using an artistic approach to help save our planet
Feb 11, 2013
Eco Art International is a "non-profit" organization, whose purpose is environmental protection, nature conservancy and everything is related to it. The basic idea to connect the principle of art with the environmental protection is created in 2007, under the high patronage of HSH PRINCE ALBERT II OF MONACO, through performing artists, achievement of sculptures and jewelry, the eco-friendly message came ever more strong, up to have international importance.
In 2009, the Principality of Monaco welcomed the 'ECO ART PARADE and its 55 "Eagles" resin that reproduced the known species of Bonelli, common prey that lives on the Mediterranean coast and threatened with extinction. Interpreted by many artists creations "aquilesche" have graced gardens and squares of Monaco for several weeks until their final destination, a sale at the auction, which gave a pretext for the extraordinary concert, led by Kevin Costner & Modern Band, and involving more than 500 participants, collecting as many as 1 million dollars in total, fully allocated to the projects of the Foundation Prince Albert II de Monaco.
In 2010, "the 'Eco Art Parade Bijoux", an event which will offer a' display of unique creations of jewelry, inspired by two other species threatened with extinction in seriously short: Falco cherrug also called Sacred or Saker and great, and colored hornbill Grande.
Eco Art International, aims to create artistic events dedicated to birds and to preserve their survival and to raise funds dedicated to international organizations related to the protection of the environment and nature.
Learn more about the activities of Eco Art International visit the website
Below, the list of 55
international artists who
created the 55