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The Art of Conservation in support of the Cape Leopard Trust

In the shared interest of conservation, The Art Curator Gallery partnered with The Cape Leopard Trust and esteemed South African artist, Fuz Caforio: Wildlife Art, to host a fundraising event in support of the ongoing efforts to protect the Cape Leopard and conserve its ever-decreasing natural habitat.

Hosted at world leading wine estate, Lourensford Estate,The Art of Conservation event took place on the 16th of September at the beautiful Art Curator gallery. In a delightful visual feast, the event set in the surrounds of the majestic forest, fynbos and vineyards; guests were greeted by the slopes of the Helderberg Mountains, caressed by the breeze off the Atlantic Ocean and welcomed with drinks from the Estate’s superb wine collection.

The evening was held in support of the Cape Leopard Trust, enjoying a personal meet and greet experience with live music, finger foods, drinks, and a live auction sponsored by partners from; The Diamond Works, Fuz Caforio Wildlife Art, Erinvale Estate Hotel & Spa, Three potters and a Painter, Mont Rochelle and Lourensford Estate.

Not only were guests able to personally meet the artist, Fuz Caforio, but also meet the phenomenal team behind The Cape Leopard Trust and thank them for their ongoing conservation efforts. MC for the night was none other than a global adventurer and no-nonsense conservationist, Braam Malherbe, an inspiring international motivational speaker, extreme adventurer, TV presenter, and author of the bestseller “The Great Run,” inspiring guests to venture into the beauty of conservation and the protection of the environment.


At The Diamond Works we are passionate about organizations committed to projects nurturing the earth, art and conservation. The event was a memorable evening inspired by great people with inspiring minds. All proceeds from the evening will go towards supporting the Cape Leopard Trust in protecting the Cape Leopard and conserving its ever-decreasing natural habitat.

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