Mission of Endangered Species Textiles Art & Decor

Many thousands of species are endangered worldwide; this is truly a crisis across our great planet. It is a known fact that many endangered species may be lost to future generations; our children and our grandchildren. Time is running out and there are literally only a few thousand left of thousands of species.
Endangered Species Textiles Art & Decor came about because we recognized the endangered species worldwide crisis and we wanted to try to do something to make a difference. It was important to us to support the cause of conservation, rescue, rehabilitation, and education.
Two years ago, we met an artist at the Sawdust Festival in Laguna Beach, California. Her work was beautiful and inspiring and the subject was endangered species; animals, plants, sea mammals, flowers, insects and water creatures. She was an illuminations artist who painted endangered species in a way that we had never seen before. We were enchanted by her work; the images she created were breathtaking. So we became her supporters and friends!
We were in the textile business and we wondered what we might be able to do with these beautiful endangered species images she was creating for us and we were purchasing. So, the idea came to us of forming a company where we could use these beautiful endangered species illuminated images to highlight, and educate people about this problem. We would sell them and donate a portion of the proceeds to organizations that strive to protect and conserve wildlife, nature, and the environment.

Our goal is to donate one million dollars over the next 10 years.

Your Purchase Matters
A portion of our sales is donated to worthwhile causes to help rescue, feed, and shelter animals. Each month we choose one organization to partner with and support, showcase on ESTArtDecor.com and social media resources.
Accent Pillows

Accent Pillows

Art Panels

Art Panels

If you are an established 501c3 nonprofit, we encourage you to sign up at our DONATION REQUEST FORM as our efforts and outreach continue to grow.