The Art of Survival – wildlife art for conservation
Our Founder, the late great conservationist and wildlife artist David Shepherd, dedicated 60 years of his life to protecting endangered wildlife by using his exceptional wildlife art to raise funds.
We are dedicated to maintaining the Foundation’s rich art heritage; using art as an effective and engaging platform to raise awareness and funds for our work.
David Shepherd Wildlife Art – Find out more and buy art
“What more could an artist wish for but to repay my debt to the animals I painted.” David Shepherd CBE 1931 – 2017. David’s artwork continues to protect endangered species with sales through the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation. View a range of prints and originals on our website to make sure his precious artworks continue his legacy.
Wildlife Artist of the Year – Find out more
DSWF Wildlife Artist of the Year is a prestigious annual wildlife art competition – attracting artists from all over the world and showcasing some of the finest and most exciting wildlife art at exhibition in London. The competition each year raises vital awareness and funds for the endangered wildlife that DSWF fights to protect.
Wildlife Art Ambassadors – Find out more
Six hugely talented artists who have become a part of the charity’s mission to raise awareness and funds to save wildlife through highly visual and emotive media. All pieces are for sale with proceeds supporting DSWF’s conservation work to protect endangered wildlife.
Partner Wildlife Artists – Find out more
Our Partner Artists support our work to save endangered species with sales of their artwork.
Within A World – Find out more
Within a world is an overwhelming 360-degree, 80ft panoramic painting by artist Emily Lamb, David Shepherd’s eldest granddaughter. Emily began this painting beside her Grandfather and has generously donated all proceeds of the sale of this stunning artwork to raise vital funds and continue her grandfather’s legacy.
The Bigger Picture – Find out more and buy art
A collaboration of three talented artists who decided to use their gifts in order to raise funds and awareness for those on the front-line of conservation – A thought provoking exhibition, expressing a world of anti-poaching through art.
Global Canvas Children’s Art Competition – Find out more
Global Canvas is an annual children’s art competition encouraging young people to express their concern for the environment through art.
All sales and entry fees in our ‘Art of Survival – Wildlife Art for Conservation’ programme support our work to save endangered species.