The Journal of Wildlife Art & Conservation
Why not take time out to visit the sites shown below.
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Museum and Art Gallery
International in scope, appeal and stature, Nature In Art fills a gap in the museums and galleries you can visit by presenting a unique wildlife art collection, which has work spanning 1500 years from over 50 countries and cultures by over 600 artists.
The Society of Wildlife Artists is a Registered Charity established to foster
and encourage all forms of visual art based on or representing the world's
Through art, the SWLA seeks not only to generate an appreciation of and a delight in the natural world, but also to advance the interest, education and concern of the public in the conservation of wildlife.
The Wildlife Art Society's purpose is to promote a greater appreciation of the wildlife art genre, and of the animals, plants and wild places which provide the stimulus and inspiration for all such work.
Founded by the artist and naturalist Sir Peter Scott, the Trust's mission is to conserve wetlands and their biodiversity. The Trust has 9 visitor centres where people can get closer to wetland birds and enjoy spectacular wetland landscapes.
The DSWF was founded by internationally acclaimed artist David Shepherd, who became a conservationist overnight when he witnessed 255 zebra lying dead around a poisoned waterhole in Tanzania. The DSWF supports a range of innovative and far-reaching projects throughout Africa and Asia, achieving real results for wildlife survival.
Founded in 1961, the East African Wild Life Society (EAWLS) is an organisation
whose members are committed to conservation.
EAWLS incorporates the members of the Wildlife Societies of Kenya and Tanzania, both founded in 1956, along with Ugandan conservation enthusiasts. Together we decry the extinction of both wildlife species and their habitats, fighting off forces that threaten to bring imbalances to our ecosystem.
Just imagine sitting out in the African bush: - painting. You can hear cooing
African birdsong, soft rustling of the warm breeze in the grass and you can
sense that resonant intrigue of the wild. As you begin to draw you become a
still point, a moment of calm in a vast and moving arena of miracles
Our art safaris are geared to people with a keen interest in art and nature. We stay in national parks in Malawi and Zambia to draw, paint and wonder at the diversity of wildlife and natural habitats.
Opened in 1988, the Gallery specializes in 20th Century and contemporary wildlife art.
The Artists for Conservation Foundation has an im portant role in working with, and supporting conservation organizations who work in the field. We are in the extraordinary position of being able to bring an unparalleled pool of artistic talent focused on nature, to help these organizations communicate important issues to the public, and to help them raise funds.