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About the Charity

The California Wildlife Center

California Wildlife Center takes responsibility for the protection of native wildlife through rehabilitation, education, and conservation. It is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of native California species, who otherwise would be left to suffer from the effects of human encroachment, habitat destruction and environmental damage. Our core work is the rescue and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife, supported by state-of-the-art animal care and rehabilitation facilities, a cadre of professionally-trained staff, dedicated volunteers and an engaged community.

About the Creator

Jen Starwalt
Hermosa Beach, CA Created 21 Projects

For SEWE (South Eastern Wildlife Expo) art week, I’m bringing finger paintings this year! I will be doing a live demo (of a harbor seal) and workshop with kids on Saturday afternoon at 1pm at South Park in Hermosa Beach.

The workshop will cover creative concepts, painting techniques, subject matter research, as well as discussions about appreciating and preserving our natural environment, and ways that we can all help care for and protect the wildlife and their habitats.

Follow along here on our project page, and if you want to book a finger painting workshop with a group, you can contact me through my website link below. If you are inspired to donate, you will be helping support the California Wildlife Center, who are dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of native California species, who otherwise would be left to suffer from the effects of human encroachment, habitat destruction and environmental damage.

To have your child participate in the workshop, you can simply pay $10 at the links below. But if you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to the California Wildlife Center, every $150 donation will include a spot in our workshop. A $250 donation includes two spots in our workshop.

Information for Saturday’s finger painting art demo and conservation talk!

$10 supply fee includes:
1. 8x10” canvas
2. Set of 12 oil color paints
3. Child sized Rubber gloves and cleaning wipes

Wear art clothes and bring a container to transport wet canvas home. A throw away tin, cardboard box, anything that can hold an 8x10 canvas.

Please pre-pay to reserve your spot so I may have enough supply for everyone. Registration must be complete by Thursday at noon. Payments can be made with Venmo or PayPal to addresses below.

Venmo: @Chris-Starwalt
PayPal: cstarw20@yahoo.com

Please put your child’s name and age in the note box.

Just a reminder photographs will be taken and used by Jen Starwalt and South Eastern Wildlife Expo to promote art education and wildlife preservation.

Thank you! I am so excited to create with your artist! My hope is to inspire our youth to explore their passion and creativity in a positive and uplifting environment.

See you Saturday 1pm at South Park in Hermosa Beach! I will be the one with the easel.

Happy Painting!

Jen Starwalt

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Updates

  1. The Guardian Mother – by Jen Starwalt Posted on November 28, 2018 by Fund Deed

    Watch as I paint the 1st stages of Guardian Mother. The final painting was completed at a live event and auctioned off to benefit TCARTS art in the schools project. I wanted to share this here on the Wildfire Project as a gesture to all the people affected by the....
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    08/08/2019
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    08/08/2019
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