Sunday, October 1, 2017

Sketch for Survival art exhibition on animals and wildlife in Bath, England

Art exhibition on animals and wildlife in Bath, England


The Walcot Chapel Gallery in Bath will be home to the Sketch for Survival exhibition for two days only. Dame Judi Dench, Stephen Fry and Sir Ranulph Fiennes are among the celebrities who donated work to this collection of artworks on animals to help raise awareness about the threats to endangered animals.

ONLINE BIDDING FOR ARTWORKS

Art exhibition on animals and wildlife in Bath, England
Painting by Judi Dench


All the artwork is available to bidding for via online auction until October 15 to help to raise money to fight wildlife crime.

 The exhibition, which has already travelled to Norwich and London, can be viewed at Walcot Chapel Gallery on Wednesday 4 October and Thursday 5 October. Entry is free.

COLLECTION OF WILDLIFE ARTWORK


Art exhibition on animals and wildlife in Bath, England

Visitors can enjoy an array of art in many different mediums. The complete collection includes over 150 pieces of wildlife artwork donated by leading international artists from 14 different countries, as well as artwork by celebrity supporters. A capsule collection will be exhibited in Bath, around 80% of the lots, with all the pieces available to bid for and view online. The exhibition and auction are the idea of the conservation charity The Real Africa Trust.

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