The Art of Survival: A Legacy in Conservation

“I wish to be another voice for wildlife while our wildlife is being used, abused and exploited. It just can’t be too late because extinction means they are gone forever.” Mandy Shepherd

We are incredibly excited to host talented artist and conservationist Mandy Shepherd on Tuesday 22 June at 6-7pm UK time as her and DSWF CEO Georgina Lamb delve into Mandy’s and her father’s life and their mutual love for wildlife and art. They will be discussing David Shepherd OBE’s legacy, the family’s commitment to wildlife protection and the joy of art.

Mandy Shepherd is a renowned wildlife artist who followed her father’s, David Shepherd OBE, footsteps in fighting against wildlife crime and raising funds to protect this world’s wildlife.

Tickets are free, but an optional donation is much appreciated. There are only limited tickets available, so book TODAY to avoid disappointment.

About Mandy Shepherd

Mandy was born in 1960. Her art education began with a foundation year at the Byamshaw, London, followed by three years at Brighton to complete an honours degree in Fine Art and Illustration. After her degree, she traveled to Africa to work in Zambia, Zimbabwe, and South Africa.

She has most recently painted esteemed portraits of the Masters of Livery Companies, and Judges upon retirement at The Old Bailey. Her book ‘The Falkland Islands – an Artist’s Portfolio’ was followed by substantial illustrative material for Flag Officer and Sea Training for the Royal Navy and by the commissioned book for HMS DARING. Her work also features in ‘The Shoot Lunch’ by J C Jeremy Hobson.

She has supported DSWF tirelessly for many years through fundraising exhibitions and has held several successful solo exhibitions at the Tryon Gallery in 2021 and the Rountree Tryon in 2012 and 2018

The Art of Survival: A Legacy in Conservation

  • Tuesday 22 June 2021 (6pm UK time)
  • Virtual event

DSWF is incredibly excited to host talented artist and conservationist Mandy Shepherd on Tuesday 22 June at 6-7pm UK time as her and DSWF CEO Georgina Lamb delve into Mandy’s and her father’s life and their mutual love for wildlife and art.