Our second Autumn Exhibition is still open!! Some of our participating artists have very kindly allowed us to keep their original pieces up until 30th November (some at reduced cost) so please do keep browsing our site.

This year, our exhibition was open to all artists, both amateur and professional to submit work and judging for acceptance proved very difficult with entries from across the world. Prizes have now been awarded - one of our overall winners, Julie Brunn, will be spending a week in South Africa working with EWT, whilst our other winner, Julia Cassels, is going to Zambia with GRI to see their Elephant Nursery and for a trip to the Release Facility in Kafue! Both winners will have a two-week solo show here on the AfPD website with work based on those trips sometime in 2022. Our runners-up will also have a two-week group show sometime in the spring/early summer 2022.

We are also still showcasing some gorgeous works (including sculpture) from EWT associate artists from South Africa.

The Originals Gallery of available artists works in the exhibition can be viewed HERE

Individual Artists Collections can be viewed HERE

The Studio Sale pieces can be seen HERE

Our #sketchathon pieces for this exhibition can be viewed HERE

Our new collection of artists cards and wash bags can be seen HERE

Our Limited Edition prints can be viewed HERE

Our 'Wall of Wildlife' WOW special 100% donation pieces can be viewed HERE - pieces will be added to this throughout the exhibition!

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All entry fees from this year's exhibition will be added to our overall sales donations to our two supported charities, KZN Carnivore Conservation Programme at The Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT), South Africa and Game Rangers International (GRI), Zambia.

Photo credits for opening artwork above: Annabel Thornton; Rocio De La Pena; Livia Gomez; Natalie Mascall; Julie Brunn. All other photos ©EWT/GRI

Artists for Painted Dogs and other Wildlife is a collaborative exhibition of contemporary wildlife artists and photographers from around the world, whose first exhibition 'Lycaon' held in October 2020 to support the endangered African Painted Dog, raised an incredible £40,000 for Wildlife ACT and Painted Dog Conservation doing essential work in the field.

We aim to work with the best wildlife and nature artists covering a diverse range of artwork, all of whom work tirelessly for conservation.

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