LOT 120

JONI MITCHELL

Original artwork kindly donated to Sketch for Survival by Joni Mitchell

Jaguar

Coloured Pens

30 cm x 23 cm

Mounted & Framed. Signed.

Joni has drawn a Brazilian Jaguar in support of our projects, and inspired by our work with Oncafari in the Brazilian Patanal, part of our 21 for 21 campaign.

This is a rare opportunity to own a piece of original art by one of the most iconic songwriters and environmental campaigners of our time.

Joni Mitchell is a Canadian singer-songwriter who has won nine Grammies and been described by Rolling Stone Magazine as 'one of the greatest songwriters ever.' A love of nature has been a recurring theme in Joni's music - her song 'Big Yellow Taxi' was released in 1970 just as the first Earth Day protests were starting. It is still one of the first and most powerful enviromental anthems ever written: 'they paved paradise and put up a parking lot...' Her campaigning has included supporting and fund-raising in 1970 for a fledgling Greenpeace, now a major global organisation with offices worldwide.

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