Louis Masai’s Sixth Extinction exhibition explores endangered species in the US

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Life & Soul Magazine

London-based artist Louis Masai is spreading the message about endangered species through his brilliant, bold and colourful pieces of art.

Whether that message is “downloaded” to viewers via Louis Masai’s murals of endangered species – such as bees, polar bear, blue whale, curlew, tiger, hummingbird, Sumatran Orangutan and Boeseman’s Rainbowfish – on walls across streets in New York, London and California, or his paintings in galleries, what is for sure is that Louis Masai’s art is engaging, informative and enlightening. They are also a force for change, inspiring action by those who view his art.

A selection of Louis Masai’s artwork is currently on display at LA’s C.A.V.E. Gallery. The exhibition, entitled Sixth Extinction, looks at animal species that are endangered in the United States.

Hovering in each piece Louis Masai includes a bumblebee stitching up the patchwork quilt that supports the endangered species. The bee is symbolic of humanity…

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