Belgravia in Bloom – Amur Tiger – Emma Swift


Amur Tiger
Oil on canvas
53 x 23.3cm

“Combining vivid colours with bold brush strokes, alongside more intricate detail, is my passion and it allows me to bring animals and birds to life. Tigers are the largest of the world’s big cats, but unfortunately their populations are endangered, with less than 4000 wild tigers left, approx 500 being the Siberian (or Amur) tiger.” – Emma Swift

Artist bio

Emma loves to combine vivid colours with bold brush strokes, alongside more intricate detail.  She enjoys researching her subject so she can be accurate with detail, however her work is not traditionally photorealistic, but more painterly, colourful and inquisitive. Emma allows colour to work its way into unexpected places! She is hugely inspired by the natural world and the charities and people who strive to protect it. Emma have been honoured to work with several conservation charities, including DSWF, helping to raise money through the sales of her work, and this continues to motivate her.



‘Into the Wild’
Belgravia in Bloom 2023
In partnership with Catherine Best
22ND– 29TH May

Belgravia in Bloom is an annual floral art show, coinciding with the RHS Chelsea Flower Show each May. Local shops and brands are invited to showcase their creative skills, get into the seasonal spirit, and compete against one another for the best shopfront display – on Elizabeth Street – one of the prettiest streets in London. To celebrate this year’s theme of ‘Into the Wild’, David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) is delighted to be partnering with the internationally acclaimed luxury jewellery brand, Catherine Best, for this year’s event.

Hosted from Monday 22nd of May to Monday, 29th of May, at their new Elizabeth Street store, visitors can join in celebrating this annual event whilst browsing and purchasing our unique jewellery and wildlife artwork from DSWF’s talented artist community.

The Exhibition is a testament to the efforts of 10 incredible artists, each creating a piece in celebration of ‘Into the Wild’. Artwork from the exhibition is available for purchase with 50% going towards DSWF’s wildlife conservation work, alongside a portion from all sales of Catherine Best jewellery in-store during the week.