Taste of London art exhibition comes to Shalford

PUBLISHED: 15:25 18 June 2013 | UPDATED: 15:25 18 June 2013

Bobbing Ducks by Sarah Cosby

Bobbing Ducks by Sarah Cosby


A selection of artwork, including three David Shepherd originals that are available on the open market for the first time, have come to the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation Gallery in Shalford following a successful week in London.

Colourful oils, detailed mono-chromes and tactile sculptures will be available to browse and buy in the gallery until Saturday July 13.

“Following the fabulous success of our annual event in London we are bringing a selection of original art to our Shalford gallery,” says gallery manager, Lisa Langridge. “Whether you love bobbing ducks or meerkats we have a great variety of art to browse and buy.”

The addition of the three David Shepherd originals adds a special dimension to the gallery. Available for the first time on the open market since they were commissioned, the beautiful oils are a treat for wildlife art and David Shepherd lovers. Buffalo by Trees, Study of Three Tigers and Lion and Lioness are all available to buy.

Also on view is Wisdom by Peasmarsh based artist Richard Symonds as well as Bobbing Ducks (detail pictured) by Sarah Cosby.

Proceeds from all sales will help to support conservation projects in Africa and Asia to save endangered wildlife.

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