No. 13 – Demoiselle Crane


No. 13 – Demoiselle Crane

Alicia Hayden

No. 13 – Demoiselle Crane
Alicia Hayden
Artwork Category
Artwork Size (cm)
9 x 21.5 cm



Each year, the talented artists who take part in DSWF Wildlife Artist of the Year are invited to participate in #SketchForWildlife.   

By painting or drawing a small image on a postcard it gives visitors to the online exhibition a chance to own a totally unique piece of work, by a highly sought after collection of artists.   

The postcards have always been extremely popular and we hope you will support this initiative which allows more people to own a unique piece of original art, albeit on a slightly smaller scale. The subject and medium of the postcard was entirely up to the artist, with the subject matter being their own celebration of the natural world.    

100% 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.  


Alicia Hayden is a wildlife artist, photographer, writer and filmmaker from North Yorkshire with a degree in Biological Sciences from Oxford University, currently studying for a Masters in Wildlife Filmmaking at UWE. She aims to celebrate the beauty of the natural world, as well as communicating the threats it faces. Alicia won the ‘Human Impact’ category of David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year 2021 for her piece ‘When the Whale Sang’ and was awarded the inaugural Ingrid Beazley Award. In 2020 Alicia self-published her debut illustrated wildlife poetry book, ‘Rain before Rainbows’.