Monday, May 31, 2010

Wildlife Artist of the Year 2010

For the past three years, the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation hosts an international art competition to help save wildlife. 50% from all art sales goes towards supporting DSWF's wildlife projects.

The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation is a small, effective charity funding key projects in Africa and Asia working to save critically endangered mammals in the wild. DSWF supports anti-poaching and conservation projects throughout Africa and Asia making a real difference to the survival of critically endangered mammals.

Wildlife Artist of the Year 2010 Title goes to Adam Binder. Adam’s beautiful bronze of a polar bear clinging to ice entitled "Sinking Feeling" was a unanimous choice among the panel of judges. Along with the title, Adam also received a £10,000 cheque generously donated by the exhibition sponsors.

Sinking Feeling
Adam Binder

To see more entries and available work for sale, you can download the catalogue. Learn more about the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation.

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