Billboard reports that songstress Cher is doing her part for the animals. She is a known animal rights activist who’s most recent involvement is part of an art display in London.

Cher has collaborated with artist Zoobs Ansari to sell 11 original portraits. All proceeds from the portraits will go to Cher’s animal non-profit Free the Wild. The portraits are multimedia works inspired by Cher’s recent tours, including the O2 Arena London concerts and Here We Go Again tour.

See examples of the art on Instagram, below:

In a comment released to the news media, Cher said, “I co-founded Free The Wild with my friends Mark and Gina (Nelthorpe-Cowne) because of our common goal to help better the lives of animals in captivity. When Zoobs learned about FTW, he jumped in with an idea to raise funds. I am so touched by his very generous donation of original artwork.”

The artwork will be displayed at “Insanity Fair,” a London exhibition housed at Elephant West. The show will run from March 13 to April 9. Cher’s portraits will be available for purchase and prices range from $10,000 to $13,000. All proceeds will be donated to Free the Wild.

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