The Nature Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy, a conservation organization in the U.S., featured an exhibit called "Warhol Preserved: Impressions of the Andy Warhol Preserve, Montauk." In 1992, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts donated 15 acres of land in Montauk, N.Y., now known as the Andy Warhol Preserve to the Nature Conservancy. Foundation organizers aimed to protect the ecologically significant Montauk Moorlands and promote the visual arts.

The donation has served its purpose, as the Nature Conservancy now sponsors four or more visual art events each year. These events have brought exhibits, visiting artists, workshops and school groups to the preserve with beautiful, inspiring views from its cliffs and beaches. Each year, artists donate 25% of print sales to the conservancy.

When professional photographer Rameshwar Das received his large order from, he felt like a kid at Christmas unwrapping beautiful presents. "The quality of the canvas-stretched prints is excellent, and I say that as a photographer who has looked at images for more than three decades."

Das called it a "pleasure" to work with his Customer Care Advisor, who assisted him with quantity pricing and helped him save even more by selecting the best shipping method. The production schedule also stayed on track, and he received the order on the date he was told he would.

"The ordering process was seamless and the results pleased me, my students and the organization that sponsored the exhibit," he said.

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