The National Art Portfolio aims to deepen the human connection with Canada’s precious wetlands, wildlife and water while raising important funds to support DUC’s critical conservation work.
DUC launched the National Art Portfolio in 1986. It gives artists a valuable and highly visible platform to share their conservation- inspired artwork.
Every year, artwork is selected from hundreds of entries. This artwork is produced as litho- graphic prints, uniquely numbered, signed by the artist, then professionally matted and framed. The final product is available for auction and sale, with net proceeds funding our important environmental conservation work.
DUC will be announcing the artists who have been selected for our 2020 National Art Portfolio in January. Stay tuned for more information on submission processes for upcoming years.