Wildlife Artist of the Year Exhibition
Date: May 29, 2019 10:00 am - June 2, 2019 1:00 pm
Location: Mall Galleries, London
Contact Name: Emily Summers
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Contact Telephone: 01483 272323
Wildlife Artist of the Year showcases the beauty and colour of the natural world, supports some of the world’s finest and most exciting wildlife art, and raises vital awareness and funds to protect endangered species.
The exhibition features over 150 finalist pieces selected by our expert judging panel, showcasing a variety of techniques and mediums from recycled plastic sculptures, to intricate pencil drawings, to vast colourful oil paintings, and everything in between.
You will be able to see the category winners, including the striking overall winner, Writhe by Stephen Rew.
The artwork finalists are on sale on our website and are being snapped up fast, so make sure to take a look, but most importantly it’s an incredible experience to see the pieces in person.
This year we are also featuring an online exhibition – these are works which didn’t make it into the final, but which the judges believe demonstrate incredible skill and creativity, and so are for sale in our exclusive online exhibition.
We are also delighted to be showing a selection of work from some fantastic guest artists during the exhibition run, including limited edition prints from Louise McNaught, hand-embellished prints from Gary Hodges, and original artworks by Hazel Soan, Jos Haigh and Emily Lamb.
All artworks will be available for sale and 50% of proceeds will support our work to fight wildlife crime, protect endangered species and engage with local communities in Africa and Asia.
Entry to the exhibition is by donation.
Where: Mall Galleries, London SW1
When: Wednesday 29 May – Sunday 2 June
Wednesday to Friday – 10am to 5pm
Saturday – 10am to 4pm
Sunday – 10am – 1pm
To stay up to date, follow our art account on Instagram: @DSWFWildlifeArt
More about Wildlife Artist of the Year
Founded 10 years ago by the late David Shepherd CBE FRSA 1931 – 2017, every entry, and proceeds from all sales, supports David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation’s (DSWF’s) work to fight wildlife crime, protect endangered species, and engage local communities with their native wildlife across Africa and Asia.
The prestigious annual competition receives entries from artists across the globe and brings together myriad forms and media. Each year, shortlisted entries are exhibited for sale, from which category winners and an overall winner are selected by an expert panel of judges.
Find out more about Wildlife Artist of the Year here.
Neil and June Covey
Emma and Martin Leuw of The Smiling Tiger Charitable Trust
and Gary Hodges.