Monday, 21 May 2012

* David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year * exhibition 2012

The Best of Wildlife Art 2012

Mall Galleries, London, Exhibition 21-26 May 2012.
Bringing together the best of the Wildlife Artist of the Year 2012 plus work from Three Generations of the Shepherd family and from Guest Artists
Monday 21 May Private View, Reception & Awards, by invitation only
Tuesday 22-Saturday 26 May 10am-5pm daily (Saturday to 4pm ), FREE entry
PLUS - Free painting demonstrations:
Tuesday 22, 12-3pm , Mandy Shepherd, Emily Lamb and RizikiKateya
Wednesday 23, 12-3pm with Hazel Soan
Saturday 26, 10-2pm with Mandy Shepherd, Emily Lamb and RizikiKateya
For further information please call 01483 272323. All unsold work after the preview evening on 21st May will be for sale.       


Exhibition Galleries

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2012 Wildlife Artist of the Year            

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2012 Wildlife Artist of the Year - Selected Not Hung            

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2012 Three Generations of Shepherds and Guest Artists                       




It's that time of year again for the annual 'David Shepherd' Wildlife Artist of the Year exhibition!
I was thrilled to have two pieces selected this year for the Art Folder, both originals will be available to buy after the preview tonight via the contact details on the David Shepherd website. I am currently working on my limited edition print runs to ensure the highest accuracy and quality from my originals, which will be available to purchase soon, I'll be sure to keep you updated.

I unfortunately will not make it to the exhibition now due to a house move, but I know it will be a great day out in London. It is so inspiring and heartwarming to see so many people support such an important foundation which works very hard on many different projects in the wild. Protecting and working with local communities to keep our wildlife safe. Purchasing a piece of art from this exhibition not only recognises the individual artists hard work but a percentage of the sale will go towards the foundation to ensure the survival of many of our beloved endangered animals. You can become a David Shepherd foundation member or make a donation via the website also.

For those that manage to make it to the exhibition I'd love to hear from you!

*** Exhibition UPDATE *** My snow leopard painting has sold! A huge thankyou to David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation and to the buyer for making today so amazing!!

7 comments:

Vicki Greene said...

What an honor to have your work in that show! Having said that, your work deserves to be there. Congrats!

Julia Ruffles | wildlife artist said...

Thankyou so much Vicki! I am over the moon, an exhibition I've always admired full of such talent :) Jules

hmuxo said...

Congratulations Julia for displaying your paintings in the show! I'm so proud of you and your beautiful work!!!

Roger Brown My Botswana Art said...

Very exciting!I also hope that someone who attended will let us know about the event.

Julia Ruffles | wildlife artist said...

Thankyou Hilda :) you're always such wonderful support!

Thankyou Roger, I've seen your painting online too - looks fantastic, good luck! Jules

Marc Calvo said...

Great Julia!! for you achievements,go ahead in your projects!!,i still never make an exibitons in wildlife galleries and fundations,and also i have much pictures keeped in my home,for me its a time for send my work and change of estrategies for promotion my pictures and give to know my artwork in this ambients.

Roger Brown My Botswana Art said...

Congratulations on your sale I would have been very surprised if it had no sold.I am sure the new owner is very happy with his stunning purchase!

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