CUTTart invites you to Palmesh Cuttaree’s watercolour exhibition of 20 endemic species of Mauritius and Rodrigues at EDB Ebene on the 20/21/24/25 July 2023 during office hours. Each painting is meticulously crafted, adhering to the precise guidelines, technical references, and extensive research provided by specialists, while also capturing their unique beauty and vibrant colours. We look forward to welcoming you as an esteemed guest to this sales exhibition and sharing this artistic journey with you.

  • Dodo
  • Kestrel
  • Hibiscus Genevi

I have also designed a MUPPET a Gecko which is going to be the advocate of its imperilled species. It will also be the main character for a series of messages in children’s programmes with the expertise of Mauritian Wildlife Foundation where new muppets representing the endemic species of Mauritius and Rodrigues will be introduced.

Mauritius is a biodiversity gem, thanks to the presence of unique endemic species that make it exceptionally special. However, the island faces various challenges, including climate change, cyclones, deforestation, habitat loss, invasive species, and chemical pollutants. Therefore, it is crucial to take action to preserve these natural treasures, our heritage!

To engage Mauritians in understanding and promoting this richness for future generations, I have created a captivating series of watercolour paintings.

Through the watercolours sales, CuttArt intends to donate from the revenue generated an agreed, symbolic amount to the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation for each product sold. The latter being a Mauritian NGO engaged in awareness and hands-on conservation actions to safeguard the endemic flora and fauna of Mauritius.