Panthera Pardus | Leopard
Acrylic on linen panel
10% donated to African Cat Project
Eqqus Quagga | Zebra
Acrylic on linen canvas
70 x 70cm
Ceratotherium Simum | White Rhino
Coloured Pencil on Watercolour Paper
25 x 25cm
Donation made to Save the Rhino International
Supporting Wildlife Conservation
Leopards often meet conflict in Africa with the farmers there. Losing areas of their habitat to farmland means they can end up trespassing on the hunt for food. To protect the livestock, farmers can resort to shooting them, a sad and unnecessary solution that can result in leaving young cubs without a mother.
I have teamed up with the African Cat Project who have a project set up in Namibia to protect these beautiful cats giving 10% of the Leopard study to support this project.
After completing and selling an African elephant study, 10% was donated to WWF elephant adoption, which helps
protect habitats and restore degraded biological corridors
train and equip anti-poaching patrols
work with local communities to monitor elephant movement and reduce human-elephant conflict
fund WWF's other essential work around the world
Original artwork of a grey kangaroo was created to raise funds to support the work to protect wildlife during the extensive bush fires. With the donations for the original giveaway combined with the print sales, we have raised £325.00 for the WWF Australian Appeal! Thank you to everyone who donated!
"Referred to as ‘The Oscars of wildlife art’ the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation’s annual Wildlife Artist of the Year exhibition is a culmination of months, sometimes years, of work from wildlife artists around the world.
With at least 50% of the proceeds from all sales supporting David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) and our ground-based conservation partners across Africa and Asia, we were able to raise an amazing £90,100."