Arthur Werren – Scramble


119×84 (cm)

South Africa/Johannesburg

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Additional information:
Unframed. Oil and acrylic on stretched canvas on wooden frame.

Unavailable to Purchase


About the piece:
Arthur Werren portrays various principles in his artwork. There is the awareness and conservation of mostly African wildlife. Another is using wildlife to convey a broader message that often transcends into human behavior, and finally is to create contemporary artwork. His portrayal of African wildlife is shown in ‘Scramble’, which depicts vultures in their continual quest to search for food and carrion, demonstrating how one takes off after spotting a potential kill and the rest ‘scramble’ to follow. The ‘scramble’ reflected in this painting reflects a parallel of our own behavior, in which we follow others in pursuit of some goal or price. Vultures are not often depicted in artwork, often giving way to the more ‘regal and glamorous’ of the animal kingdom, yet Arthur Werren sees them as vital to the overall ecology.

At least 50% of the proceeds from this sale will support the charitable work of David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) and our ground-based conservation partners across Africa and Asia.

Additional information

Dimensions 119 × 84 cm