Vanishing Birds of the Philippines: Art Exhibit at The Bone Room

The artist David Tomb of the conservation group Jeepney Projects Worldwide will speak about his artwork and connection with the Philippine Eagle Foundation at 7:00 PM, on Thursday, February 23 at The Bone Room.

Philippine Eagle Print by David Tomb - www.JeepneyProjects.org

Art by David Tomb will be available at The Bone Room Presents until February 28th, 2012.  The Bone Room is located at 1573 Solano in Berkeley, CA 94707 (Tel. 510-526-5252).

From the Jeepney Projects website:

This exhibition will feature works on paper of the iconic and critically endangered Great Philippine Eagle and the other beautiful endemic birds of the Philippines, including the Rufous Hornbill. There will be living plants and an audio installation that will highlight sounds of the Mindanao jungle. The show shines a light on the rare and beautiful Philippine birds, and the challenges and tension these creatures face to survive and share a sustainable future with an ever-growing Filipino population.

Rufous Hornbill by David Tomb - www.JeepneyProjects.org