Wildlife art continues to be an important part of Slimbridge Wetland Centre, building on the artistic legacy of Sir Peter Scott.
In 2000, the Cheng - Kim Loke Gallery was opened with a retrospective of his work and has since housed exhibitions by many local and internationally recognised artists, displaying a wide variety of media.
The art gallery plays host to six exhibitions of wildlife art each year. All mediums are shown from water colours to 3D works. It's a wonderful place to find one-off pieces at extremely affordable prices, and a percentage of all sales goes to the conservation work of the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust.
In the gallery
Exhibition of several Artists
Wednesday 14 June 2018 to Tuesday 14 September 2018
Sylvia graduated from Camberwell School of Art in 1982. In the last few years she has combined her two great interests, the natural world and painting.
By painting wildlife and nature; it’s as if I become a part of that beautiful world.
Kim Wedlock produces jewelry involving intricate minature animal designs.
Poody & Berty
Their pictures are made from mainly British Sheeps wool which is needle felted onto natural linen. The designs are taken from photographs, sketches or simply their imagination.
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