Man’s intervention in nature has led to the reduction of the habitats of many animal and plant species.

Poaching, deforestation, water pollution, habitat destruction and the effects of climate change causing many of the problems that threaten the survival of endangered species. Currently some species of animals are in danger of extinction.

Are we only going to remember these species in the future? Will we only remember their representation, like origami in an arid landscape?

This series of paintings raises a question mark regarding what we want and what are we concretely doing now for the future?

Tecnique: watercolor on paper, size 28×38 cm, 2019

Some of these artworks are in private collection  in Romania.

Polar bears are affected by Global Warming. Many of them are starving because of melting sea ice in the Arctic. Origami polar bear on ice.

Two emperor penguins cross an arid area after snow melting and glacier retreat.

The intensive whales hunting can lead to their extinction.

“Don’t hunt me anymore!” Leave the rhinoceros alone, with his greatest horn!

Leatherback turtles have seriously declined during the last century as a result of intense egg collection and fisheries bycatch.

We will see the gorillas only at the zoo?

Because of intensive fishing and the collection of the caviar, sturgeons are in danger. 

Deforestation in tropical forests affects entire ecosystem. Bird and plant species are at risk of extinction. Origami colibri bird.

This golden cage is boring!…

Stop scaring kids with wolves, because they almost disappeared from the forests of Europe.

The fox tail is not for ladies’ fashion!

Deforestation affects entire ecosystem. The habitat of all animals is diminished.

The giant panda is one of the endangered species.

“Take a look in my eyes!” The decline of some species can affect the entire food chain. Origami shark,