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Using brilliant colors - combined with sobering graphic black and white images and hints of orange red charcoals, a poignant expression suggestive of this animal's fate, Owens’ art creates a dynamic tension between art and reality. This global environmental exhibition educates us on how wild tigers are making a come back.

Working with wild tiger biologists, Owens’ images tell the story of Tigers Facing Extinction. After learning of "Save The Tiger Fund .Org’s" Campaign Against Tiger Trafficking, Francesca created art that drew international attention to the various illegal trade threats facing wild tigers.

Exhibition Package Description

Ready to Install
100 sq. ft. Linear Wall Space
25 Framed Art Works
Mini Documentary Movies
Four Hanging Storyboards
Two Floor Storyboards
Three Info Stand Centers
One Two-sided Banner Stand
Public Relations Material
Educational Material
Environmental Contacts

The Loan Process

$2300 Loan Fee
For Two Month Rental
50% Deposit
Plus Shipping Costs
Plus Certificate of Insurance

Our Global Partners

View Mini Documentary Movies
Wildlife Conservation Society
Fagrae & Benson Law Firm
A & A Art Framing
Orbus Inc
Anderson & Associates PR
Reed Photo Imaging
Alcan Sintra
Colorado Lawyers for the Arts
Francesca Owens

Exhibit Reviews

"When Francesca presented me with her Animals Are Wild series, I was taken aback by the vibrancy colors that jumped off the prints. The combination of color variance made the tigers and zebra's appear surreal."
Stephanie Johnson
Exhibition Coordinator
Smithsonian Institution
Traveling Exhibition Service

Owens is not only recognized as an emerging international artist and global tiger advocate, but also for art inspired by her grandmothers’ birth place, Italia!


Wildlife Conservation Society

Save the Tiger Fund

Faegre Law Firm

Reed Photo

A & A Art

Anderson & Associates Public Relations

Colorado Lawyers for the Arts

Alcan Story Boards

Orbus Display Makers