Lüneburger Heide, Foto von Janusz Nowak, pixabay

Welcome to Bioartsense Aquarelle

in the wonderful Lüneburg region!

To discover my watercolours, you can view them in my gallery or explore my online shop where you will find originals, art prints, greeting cards and more.

My picture "Manta Ray of Hope" made it to the finalists out of almost 1000 submitted pictures. 
In addition, I am shortlisted with 11 other artists for the title "Wildlife Artist of the Year"! I am so excited!

If you want to bid on my painting, just click on my picture and you will be taken to the Explorers Against Extinction website!

In addition, my painting will be exhibited with the other finalists at the London gallery @oxo from 
17 - 28 November. It will then be officially auctioned on 28 November.


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Why Bioartsense?

Simply because I am a biologist with a creative, artistic heart who wants to combine both sides with sense and purpose. Being a biologist myself, I know that many animal and nature conservations rely on donations to do their work. That's why I would like to support various nature conservation projects with my watercolours. 

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Nature and animal conservation projects I would like to support

Animals Asia

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Animals Asia is devoted to ending bear bile farming and improving the welfare of animals across Asia. Founded in 1998, the Animals Asia team has been rescuing bears since 1994. The founder and CEO, Jill Robinson MBE, Dr.med.vet. h.c., Hon LLD is widely recognised as the world’s leading authority on the cruel bear bile industry, having campaigned against it since 1993.

Brown Hyena Research Project

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The Brown Hyena Research Project is a non-profit organisation based in Lüderitz in the southern Namib Desert. The research on brown hyenas (Hyaena brunnea or Parahyaena brunnea) and the conservation of the ecologically unique brown hyena population along the coastal Namib Desert commenced in 1995 and developed since into a long-term conservation project. 


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BUND was founded in 1975 in the small Franconian town of Marktheidenfeld. Its roots lie in classical nature conservation and the militant environmental protection of citizens' initiatives. It is supported by more than 650,000 people and is committed, among other things, to ecological agriculture and healthy food, climate protection and the expansion of renewable energies as well as the protection of endangered species, the forest and water.

Marine Megafauna Foundation (MMF)

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The Marine Megafauna Foundation conducts pioneering research on marine megafauna and uses scientific evidence to educate the public and governments and influence long-term conservation strategies. Their goal is a world where marine animals and people thrive together.


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NABU is the oldest and, with more than 820,000 members and supporters, the largest environmental association in Germany. It was founded in 1899 by Lina Hähnle as the "Bund für Vogelschutz". Today, in addition to bird protection, NABU is also committed to biodiversity and the protection of intact habitats, good air, clean water, healthy soils and the careful use of our limited resources.


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SharkProject is dedicated to the protection of sharks by educating the population about the problems of commercial fishing through targeted and extensive information and education work.

Whale and Dolphin Conservation

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The Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC), is the world's leading non-profit organisation dedicated exclusively to the conservation of whales and dolphins. 

Wanderfische ohne Grenzen e.V.

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Wanderfische ohne Grenzen e.V. aim to ensure the sustainable reintroduction and protection of the Atlantic salmon and other migratory fish. In doing so, they support and initiate measures to make rivers and streams suitable habitats again.