About the piece:
Herd Instinct is a study of a herd of Cape Buffalo on the move. Rosamond Lloyd’s childhood was set against the idyllic backdrop of the New Forest and Dorset coastline, it was inevitable that a passion for the natural world would become the foundation for Rosamond’s future endeavours, ultimately helping to establish her as a highly respected wildlife sculptor both nationally and internationally. Her particular focus on endangered species has benefitted numerous conservation projects and organisations, through the sale and auction of her work and she is affiliated sculptor to Tusk Trust, supported by Royal Patron HRH The Duke of Cambridge. Rosamond’s work has connected with a global audience as a result of her extraordinary attention to detail and empathy with her subject matter. Her sculptures are emotive and highly personal, reflected in the very limited number of editions produced of each piece. Her work is held in national and international collections and has been widely exhibited, with collaborations including a highly acclaimed London show with best-selling author, explorer and photographer Levison Wood.
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.xhibited, with collaborations including a highly acclaimed London show with best-selling author, explorer and photographer Levison Wood.
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