Sponsored by Moore Barlow
The beauty of the natural world isn’t always found in the most obvious places and life in an urban environment is often overlooked when it comes to seeking out or noticing wildlife. Many species live side by side with city-dwelling humans without ever really being noticed. Within a harsh city landscape, a fascinating world of wildlife can be uncovered if only the time is taken to search for it.
The ‘Urban Wildlife’ category celebrates art which depicts an urban setting or the city life of animals and plants, whilst demonstrating a contrast and harmony between the wild and the urban.
“As a long-standing partner of David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF), we are thrilled to support Wildlife Artist of the Year for another year. This fantastic event exposes the beauty and vulnerability of our world’s wildlife whilst also highlighting the importance of DSWF’s work across Africa and Asia. Moore Barlow is proud to be involved.” Ray Black, Moore Barlow Partner & Chief Executive