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Steve is very happy to undertake commissioned artworks of all types... from large scale murals to personal pet portraits as well as individual artworks for corporate, government and private purposes. Although it is important to note that when Steve undertakes commissions they must be creatures he has had personal experience with since his insistence on doing the very best job means getting to know the subject at first hand wherever possible.

Steve is also very happy to licence his artwork for commercial usage and offers licencing for a specific purpose as well as outright purchase of copyright for open application if that is what the client prefers.  He regards commissions as the highest form of praise an artist can receive, saying “It's the ultimate compliment for someone to place total trust in your art and your capacity to come up with the goods at any given time!"

All commissions are professionally contracted giving the commissioner total protection and guarantees covering the content, completion and delivery dates, medium and quality of materials etc.

Commissioned works Steve has undertaken vary from huge architectural murals, sculptures and smaller works through to the University of Ballarat Ecobus and on a small scale several illustrated books and even Australian Postage Stamps.

For all commission enquiries phone Steve on +61 427183672
or email:

Steve Morvell - Art For Conservation
Steve Morvell - Art For Conservation


Following are a list of links to relevant and interesting Websites.

Creating for Conservation:

Human wildlife connections - creating change that counts

Since 2007, Creating for Conservation has been supporting conservation education in Zimbabwe (Hwange National Park) and Zambia (South Luangwa Valley). This organization works in rural areas where wildlife and people live together and the importance of knowing how to co-exist in harmony is paramount to the safety of all individuals.

Visit the Creating for Conservation website

Steve Morvell - Creating For Conservation

Leigh Valley Hawk and Owl Sanctuary:

Martin Scuffins Bird Artist
Our work: The Displays and the Wildlife Shelter The Leigh Valley Hawk and Owl Sanctuary offers mobile raptor displays with an elite team of trained birds of prey. Presentations are conducted by highly trained staff with an established track record in environmental science and teaching. Our programs are offered within the Central Highlands and south-western regions of Victoria. We also rehabilitate injured birds of prey under our Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning shelter permit.

Visit the Leigh Valley Hawk and Owl Sanctuary website

Steve Morvell - Hawk + Owl Sanctuary

Australian Marine Conservation Society:

Protecting Australias Ocean Wildlife sine 1965.

Australia’s only national charity dedicated solely to protecting our precious ocean wildlife – a community of ocean lovers across the nation working for healthy seas. AMCS works on the big issues that risk our ocean wildlife. Together, we have protected critical ocean ecosystems with marine reserves around the nation, including Ningaloo and the Great Barrier Reef. We have led the movement to ban whaling, stopped super trawlers, and protected threatened and endangered species like the Australian Sea Lion.

Visit the Australian Marine Conservation Society website

Steve Morvell - Australian Marine Conservation Society

Birdlife Australia:

The biggest organisation working at all levels to upgrade the awareness and welfare of birds in Australia.

BirdLife Australia is proud to be the nation's largest bird conservation organisation. As an independent, not-for-profit organisation, their aim is clear: to create a bright future for Australia's birds. The organization’s mission is to make a real and positive difference for Australia's birds. Over the years their conservation work has achieved beneficial results for a wide range of different species. Their experience and specialised knowledge combined with our ability to unite and inspire the bird-loving community means that we can act quickly and decisively at local, state and national levels.

Visit the Birdlife Australia website

Steve Morvell - Birdlife Australia

Culingaia Flora:

Culingaia Flora Environmental Consultancy focuses on undertaking environmental work, including:
 by working with individual landholders and companies.

  • VQA / Habitat Hectare accredited to undertake: Basic, Intermediate and Detailed pathway Assessments
  • Bushfire Assessment Statements & BAL ratings (BPAD-2 Accredited)
  • Environmental or Land management plans
  • Flora and Fauna Surveys
  • Monitoring & Reporting

Visit the Culingaia Flora

Steve Morvell - Culingaia Flora

The Australian Dingo Foundation:

The Australian Dingo Foundation has a growing membership, and a team of dedicated volunteers who undertake various tasks to ensure the wellbeing and high quality of care for the resident animals, as well as an array of ancillary tasks such as veterinary, legal, and investment advice, molecular laboratory work, recreational training, fundraising, school education visits, and attendance at public and community events.

Visit the Australian Dingo Foundation website

Steve Morvell - Australian Dingo Foundation

Conservation Council SA:

For 50 years, the Conservation Council of South Australia (Conservation SA) has been committed to protecting, restoring and conserving South Australia's natural environment and advocating for a more sustainable future for the state, they champion our environment and the people who care about it by increasing community awareness of environmental challenges and engagement in emerging solutions.

Visit the Conservation Council SA website

Steve Morvell - Conservation Council SA

Australian Wildlife Conservancy:

Australian Wildlife Conservancy is the largest private owner and manager of land for conservation in Australia, protecting endangered wildlife across more than 6.5 million hectares in iconic regions such as the Kimberley, Cape York, Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre and the Top End.

Recognising that ‘business as usual’ for conservation in Australia will mean additional extinctions, AWC is developing and implementing a new model for conservation.

Visit the Australian Wildlife Conservancy website

Steve Morvell - Australian Wildlife Conservancy


Chipembele is a charitable organisation that focuses on conservation education for local school children in the area of South Luangwa, Zambia. The program is comprehensive, dynamic, innovative and above all, fun!

There is a unique education centre, with a widely acclaimed interpretive room, located on the banks of the Luangwa River opposite South Luangwa National Park – a wonderful, unspoiled setting for local children to learn about the value of their natural environment.

The Centre provides an interactive and contemporary learning facility for Zambian children that embraces wildlife, the environment and conservation issues.

Visit the Chipembele website

Steve Morvell - Chipembele

Nature Needs More:

Nature Needs More works on tackling the key systemic enablers of the illegal wildlife trade, including consumer demand for wildlife products and the deficiencies in the legal trade system under CITES. Given the scale of the extinction crisis ‘business as usual' is not an option and the traditional conservation approach is not enough; the trade in flora and fauna was confirmed as the second biggest threat to species survival in the May 2019 IPBES Report which states that up to 1 million species are potentially facing extinction.

Visit the Nature Needs More website

Steve Morvell - Nature Needs More

For the love of Wildlife:

For the Love of Wildlife believes education, reporting, collaborating with like-minded organisations, and holding those responsible for crimes against nature, are essential to change our world. We are focused and dedicated to raising awareness along with funding animal protection programs in ethical projects in Australia, New Zealand, and Africa.

Visit the For the Love of Wildlife website

Steve Morvell - For the Love of Wildlife

WAMA (Where Art Meets Nature):

WAMA (Wildlife Art Museum of Australia) is a project of national significance.

It will recognise the work of outstanding Australian wildlife artists, from the early contributions of our first inhabitants through to contemporary artists.

Visit the WAMA - Where Art Meets Nature website

Steve Morvell - Where Art Meets Nature

Painted Dog Conservation:

Painted Dog Conservation Incorporated, Australia, was established in October 2003 to provide support for the Painted Dog Research Project which operates across Zimbabwe and has its operations based outside the Hwange National Park opposite the Hwange Parks airport.

  • Provision of resources and facilities to support research into Lycaon pictus, aka African Wild Dog
  • Conservation of Lycaon pictus aka African Wild Dog with particular emphasis on threat prevention
  • Education of the wider community on dogs and related wildlife issues
  • Treatment and care of sick or injured dogs and the rehabilitation of such dogs back into their natural environment
  • Increasing in the range states the population of Lycaon pictus, aka African Wild Dog

Visit the Painted Dog Conservation website

Steve Morvell - Painted Dog Conservation

Koala Territory Foundation:

The Koala Territory Foundation (KTF) aims to safeguard Koala habitat from development and degradation and to ensure the preservation of the species by protecting the natural environment for future generations.

Their main goals are to to identify and purchase land containing Koala habitat that is destined for development and protect it indefinitely, to reduce the impact of climate change by protecting forests, and to use the forests to educate and further ecological research.

Visit the Koala Territory Foundation website

Koala Territory Foundation

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“My art is of nature,
 for nature

Steve Morvell


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