Michigan Artist Shares a Portion of February Sales to Support Huron Pines

In 2019, Sarah Tule found a new way for her art to support the natural resources that inspire her. Tule came to this decision, which she calls Art for Conservation, because she wanted a new way to use her art to give back. Each month 25% of the proceeds from the purchase of her artwork will go to a different conservation organization. In February, a portion of Tule’s sales will support Huron Pines.

Largely inspired by the outdoors, her acrylic and watercolor pieces showcase wildlife and scenic landscapes throughout the changing seasons. “I am enamored with the beauty that surrounds us here in Northern Michigan. The colors are so vibrant and the air is so crisp that it’s almost impossible to not want to be out in it,” said Tule. “It’s important to me that our forests, lakes and rivers, and the animals that live in them are around for future generations. I wanted to take part in the work that goes towards this preservation and felt that sharing my art proceeds was a good place to start.”

You can purchase Tule’s work online at sarahtuleart.com. Her pieces vary in size, price and scenery so everyone can have their very own piece of nature.

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