Society of Wildlife Artists

 

The Society of Wildlife Artists is a registered charity that aims to generate an appreciation of and delight in the natural world through all forms of fine art, based on representing the world’s wildlife.

Though exhibitions and publications, the Society aims to further an awareness of the importance of conservation in order to maintain the variety of the world’s ecosystems and its wildlife.  The Society also supports and promotes the arts-based objectives of other conservation and wildlife charities.

Through its Bursary schemes, the Society is able to help young artists keen to develop their knowledge and skills in wildlife art, offering awards of up to £750 towards travel, education or the cost of materials.

The focus of the Society’s work is the Annual Exhibition in November.  Included with the work of members from the UK, mainland Europe, North America and Russia, is the work of successful Bursary applicants, as well as a selection of work from non-members.  The Annual Exhibition of the SWLA is the foremost event in the British wildlife art calendar.

Bursaries for young artists

Are you a young artist inspired by the natural world?  To find out more about our Bursaries for young wildlife artists please click here or download from www.swla.co.uk.  The awarded artists will have the opportunity to exhibit works in the following Annual Exhibition at the Mall Galleries.

President: Harriet Mead PSWLA

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The Natural Eye Art Book One

Hardback, 128 pages, 100 colour artworks

A stunning art book produced by the members of The Society of Wildlife Artists. The book also includes an invitation to The Society of Wildlife Artists’ Private View, 28th October 2015.

This limited edition is available to pre order for only £15 (including free P+P). RRP £20. The offer is only available while stocks last. Dispatched from early October

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Founded

1964
Telephone:
020 7930 6844