Dr Linda Smith PPSWA – Cathedral of Nature

Mixed Media, Original | 68 × 58 cm | Framed


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In ”Cathedral of Nature’ endangered animals are seen entering the Natural History Museum, London, to join the many extinct species that are housed there. Species are coloured to represent how endangered they are: Extinct colourless; Critically Endangered ¼ coloured; Endangered ½ coloured. Also, representations of human encroachment are illustrated; a trap, netting, habitat loss.

Graphite, ink, and watercolour on paper


Dr Linda Smith has a PhD in Chemistry and has studied fine art and glass/architectural glass as a post graduate at Central Saint Martins and iconography using egg tempera. She works in Kent, has exhibited widely in the UK, including the Mall Galleries, the Meniere Factory, The Painter-Stainers’ Company and Chatham Dockyard and won several awards for her work. Linda is a council member and past president of the Society of Women Artists. Her artwork explores how humans interact with and impact the natural world. She also has a love of architecture.


Please note that shipping costs are not included in the purchase price for this artwork, and there may be additional customs charges for deliveries outside the UK.  Upon purchase, a member of the DSWF team will be in touch to discuss collection or delivery options. All artworks will remain at the Mall Galleries, even if sold, until the exhibition concludes on 6 July 2024.


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.