A Vegan Art Exhibition with themes of compassion, sustainability, cultural diversity and a healthy lifestyle.
Our Arts Zone is an ongoing attraction at World Vegan Day.
What is vegan art?
Did you know that not all art work is vegan? In fact most art uses one form of animal product or another. For example; some old oil paints use crushed bone to pigment the paint, also many paints were tested on animals.
Glues can be used to fix a canvas to frames, amongst other things. Not all inks used in ink paintings and photography are vegan as some of them use squid ink. Here at World Vegan Day Melbourne you can admire and purchase work you know is cruelty free.
Check out who will there!
has a passion for animals and a love of native flora.
Passionate vegan activist and artist
Acrylic pour painting and Oil painting
Photographer and traveller with a passion for conservation and animal rights.
Photographer, Animal and human rights activist.
Art based on Phillip's interest in health.
Vegan Illustrator and Tattooist