Undercurrent – the wild edge

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Tasmanian ceramicist, Eve Howard, makes beautiful wildlife sculptures

Of course, the Tasmanian Albatross Fund particularly loves her albatross!

Like these grey-headed albatross. This Endangered species breeds on Tasmania’s remote subantarctic Macquarie Island, but can often be found foraging in waters closer to home. Like all of Tasmania’s albatross, the grey-headed is affected by interactions with fisheries, plastic pollution and climate change.  

Eve and fellow artist, Pamela Jones, have an exhibition Undercurrent – the wild edge at Wild Island Gallery in Salamanca (2 March to 2 April).  Don’t miss it!

Print Sale

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We are proudly celebrating our brand new Tasmanian Albatross Fund Website with a flash print sale.

Until the 15th of December all images by Photographer Matthew Newton in the albatross print gallery will be 50% off.

All profits go to the fund to support the ongoing conservation of Tasmania’s Shy Albatross.

It’s the perfect gift for that special someone AND for the Albatross.

Win Win !

All images are printed on archival fine art paper.

Just enter the code ALBO50 when you select your print at

Happy shopping !!