Liz has been illustrating bats for some years now. As a licenced bat worker, she has the priviledge of working alongside these protected mammals on a daily basis.
She first provided illustrations for her local bat group The Kent Bat Group for their newsletters, illustrating amusing stories about bat rescues and other quirky situations which arise when working in bat conservation. She was then approached by the Bat Conservation Trust to do the same.
Liz has also provided illustrations for other conservation projects both in the UK and in Europe.
The illustrations shown are available for purchase with a 10% donation in support of the Bat Conservation Trust, Registered charity no 1012361 in England and Wales and the Kent Bat Group, registered charity No 1079767 and a partner bat group to The Bat Conservation Trust (BCT).
Individual prints signed and dated are from £10.00 + P&P with a donation (as above) to BCT and KBG
PLEASE NOTE AT PRESENT I ONLY HAVE BRANDTS STOKER AND MOVE TO THE COUNTRY AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE AS A PACK OF 2 CARDS FOR £5.00 FROM THE BIZZY SHOP. THE USUAL 4 PACK WILL BE AVAILABLE MID JULY 2020.
They are also available in a selection pack of 4 A5 blank greetings cards for £10.00 + P&P with donation (as above) to BCT and KBG
If you are interested in purchasing a print or a set of cards, please check out the Bizzy Shop
"Brandts Stoker's first read through of his new novel Batula"
A pencil, pen and ink illustration for the Bat Conservation Trust to celebrate the anniversary of Bram Stoker's Dracula.
"Move to the Country" they said, "Get a bit of peace and quiet" they said...
An amusing pencil, pen and ink illustration following a roost visit to a local church, where a Brown Long-eared Bat had been found in the bell tower.
An amusing pencil, pen and ink illustration for the Bat Conservation Trust following the discovery that the Brazilian Free-tailed Bat was indeed the fastest mammal in the world...even faster than Usain Bolt!
"Batty Flight School"
An amusing watercolour, pen and ink illustration originally done for the Kent Bat Group, following a survey of a large maternity roost of Soprano Pipistrelles.