Carly has been an incredible support to Key Conservation. By designing the endangered species bandana (see below) she has helped us spread the word and raise funding for the development of the Key platform. She is a perfect example of someone using their skills to help conservation and has really showcased how someone can use their skills for good. The bandana features some of the world's most critically endangered species. Can you guess what they are?
About Carly Ealey
Carly is a self-taught fine artist, muralist, and photographer based out of San Diego, California. With a natural inclination to painting portraits and figures of women in her work, she is drawn to the seductive and celestial while exploring an introspective view of human existence, spirituality, and the natural world. Carly prefers acrylic ink on wood panels when painting small, and a combination of paint and aerosol when working on large-scale murals. Carly is passionate about the ocean and has participated in and produced mural festivals for Pangeaseed Foundation's Sea Walls in collaboration with Surfrider Foundation and her artist organization, Cohort Collective.