Heat and Power

Edition Print | N/A | Mounted


1 in stock

Limited edition print of 25. Mounted and framed.

Powerful image of fighting lions. As quoted by Emily: “I’m forever inspired by the Natural World. I feel a constant homesickness of sorts to ancient realms, especially the motherland, Africa. My fascination with the order of nature and human existence within this, lends a direction to painting and steady flow of purpose. Being present in the wild where hours pass by and a modest observation can be made through written word, paint or thought alone, is where I am happiest. I’ve enjoyed studio time on the road, living in Africa sporadically, and have spent most years until now chasing dreams and finding adventure. Exhibitions once or twice a year for the last decade have been a combination of fundraising for wildlife, fundraising for me(!) and exploring the ways in which different cultures and countries have shaped my style and vision”.


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Emily Lamb

David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation
For Emily Lamb, art is in the blood. The eldest granddaughter of wildlife artist and conservationist, David Shepherd CBE, Emily showed signs of artistic talent from a very early age and achieved high grades in art at GCSE and A’ level. On leaving school she travelled through southern Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Cambodia and Thailand, before attending Falmouth University Art College where she studied the Foundation Course, before securing a place at the Charles H Cecil Studios in Florence.

With a professional artist as a grandfather and an aunt, Mandy Shepherd, who is a talented watercolourist, Emily’s artistic pedigree is a strong one, her talent, however, is very much her own.