Alicia Hayden – Charcoal

Drawing, Original | 45 × 126 cm | Framed


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Forest fires can destroy an entire Californian redwood forest – and the whole ecosystem which relies on the forest for survival. Using charcoal, the artist, Alicia Hayden, has faded the elegant redwood into smoke tendrils, showing the blackened stumps and remains of other redwoods in the forest.

Charcoal and graphite on paper


Alicia Hayden is a creative conservationist and multidisciplinary wildlife artist originally from North Yorkshire. In 2021, Alicia won Wildlife Artist of the Year’s Human Impact category with her piece ‘When the Whale Sang’, which explored the impact of noise pollution on cetaceans. Since then she has worked in a variety of media, from biro and inks, to lino and charcoal, creating works of wildlife artivism about issues close to her heart. With a degree in Biology from Oxford University, Alicia loves to tell stories about the natural world through her art, something she also does as a Daler-Rowney Artist.


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.