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DSWF 2017 Wildlife Artist of the Year

David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation

Wildlife Artist of the Year Tenth Anniversary

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Mall Galleries

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London 2017


Finding your way around the June 28 - July 2

North Gallery The DSWF Collection Original postcards Payment desk

Payment Desk

Threadneedle The Bigger Picture

Main Gallery Wildlife Artist of the Year

The Bigger Picture

Entrance

David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation Saba House, 7 Kings Road, Shalford, Guildford, Surrey GU4 8JU Tel: 01483 272323 www.davidshepherd.org Registered Charity No. 1106893 Front cover: Reef Shark by Nick Oneill see page 53


Photo courtesy of Will Bremridge

“For over forty years my art has been a valuable way of raising awareness and funds for the wildlife that I love and I am thrilled that so many of the artists exhibited here share that same passion and sense of responsibility for what inspires us.”

Welcome to the 2017 Wildlife Artist of the Year exhibition at the Mall Galleries. This is the tenth year that my foundation - the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) has run this prestigious event. It attracts artists from all over the world and showcases some of the finest and most exciting wildlife art while at the same time raising vital awareness and funds for the endangered wildlife that DSWF works so hard to protect. I am delighted to welcome The Bigger Picture to the Mall Galleries this year and hope that you will be as impressed as I am with their fresh approach to the portrayal of life at the frontline of conservation through art, photography and film. Every painting, sculpture, postcard, catalogue and print sold here this week, and every donation made, will help

fund vital conservation projects across Africa and Asia which work to protect some of the planet’s most iconic and threatened species. Thank you to all our generous supporters and volunteers who help make this week of wildlife art possible. To Mr and Mrs Covey for sponsoring the competition’s top prize, all our sponsors who support the event, prizes and printing and to all the artists and buyers - without you none of this would be possible.

David Shepherd CBE, FRSA Founder & President The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation www.davidshepherd.org


About DSWF Founded in 1984 by wildlife artist and conservationist, David Shepherd CBE, the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) works to protect some of the world’s most iconic and endangered animals. Born from the desire to give something back to the animals that helped David become an established artist, art remains key to funding critical anti-poaching, conservation and education work across Africa and Asia. We FIGHT for change on the world stage, calling for an end to the trade in ivory and tiger parts; we pursue our passion to PROTECT by funding anti-poaching, conservation and park protection work and we ENGAGE communities, companies and individuals to support our work and to help create the change in attitudes and ethos that will ultimately protect the world we love.

Our current funding protects: Elephants in Zambia and Uganda Lions in Uganda Painted Dogs in Zimbabwe Pangolins in Zambia and Uganda Rhino in Namibia and India Snow Leopards in Mongolia and Kyrgyzstan Tigers in Thailand, India and Russia We fund undercover investigations into wildlife crime and trafficking in India, South Africa and across Asia.

DSWF would like to thank everyone who has helped make this exhibition possible including all the staff, judges, artists, celebrities and sponsors:

Mr & Mrs Covey Tilney, Barlow Robbins, Joan Morley and Gary Hodges, The Artist Magazine, JANUS

Images: This page - The Mirror of Soul by Angela Ongaro - see page 23 - opposite - Peachy by Laura Pearse - see page 43


We support education and demand reduction programmes in Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mongolia, India, Russia, the UK and Vietnam. In 2011 David launched the TigerTime campaign to engage new audiences in the fight to save the tiger. The campaign now has over 900,000 supporters. You can find out more at www.tigertime.info

Wildlife Artist of the Year The 2017 short list original works

p. 8 - 87

The DSWF Collection - Wildlife art originals and prints p. 88 - 99

The Bigger Picture

Our Art for Survival Portfolio includes: •

Index

The sale of original and limited edition art through our online gallery at www.davidshepherd.org The annual exhibition and sale of shortlisted original art at our annual Wildlife Artist of the Year event. The Art Ambassador Programme at Christie’s London - November 3 - 7 at Christie’s King Street Gallery, London SW1. The annual Global Canvas children’s art competition inspiring young people to get involved with conservation through wildlife art.

About Freddy Paske Art Dave Mackay Photography

A-Z of shortlisted artists

p. 100 - 101 p. 102 - 103 p. 104 - 105 p. 106 - 107

David Shepherd Wildlife Art Shop has a fabulous collection of art and gifts from a variety of wildlife artists. Shop online at www.davidshepherd.org or at our gallery at Saba House, 7 Kings Road, Shalford, Surrey GU4 8JU. Tel: 01483 272323. You can find out more about us and be part of our work to save endangered wildlife at:

www.davidshepherd.org

All prices were correct at the time of going to press but may differ online or in the gallery

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With special thanks to Kingsley Print &Design who generously sponsored and printed this years’ catalogue


How you can support our work CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS FIGHT

You could be part of the solution not the problem

As a multi-billion pound industry, wildlife crime and the trafficking of wildlife products is a global issue affecting the social, economic and political fabric of national states, crossborder and international communities. With your support DSWF can continue to fund vital, international, cross-border intelligence lead investigations that aim to tackle the current problem and support law enforcement efforts. Specialist intelligence conferences involving source, transit and consumer countries mean kingpins are identified and targeted and evidence compiled to bring them to justice. Stop wildlife parts and products becoming the next conflict resource by adding your voice to the fight. By taking an active interest in the impact wildlife crime has on global instability you can help curb one of the fastest growing and environmentally damaging illegal trafficking industries.

PROTECT

A heritage of protection steeped in success

ENGAGE

Your support can inspire future generations

DSWF funds life-changing environmental and conservation projects reaching over 20,000 children every year through established, interactive education programmes. With your support, we can inspire tomorrow’s leaders and conservationists to create a brighter future. What if we were able to change the mind set of millions? What if we were able to engage and inspire an entire generation? What if millions, no billions, of young people were to say “enough is enough - we are the generation that cares?” Through social media we can connect the world in a way unprecedented in our history. In 2011, DSWF launched TigerTime - a digital campaign to raise awareness and funds for the protection of wild tigers. We asked people to lend their voice to speak up for tigers and huge numbers of people and celebrities were pleased to help us spread the word. Today we have the potential to reach 19 million with one tweet. We have over 750,000 followers on Facebook. Our message can spread around the world in seconds. But what if those 19 million people could become 180 million - just think what we could achieve.

Through tireless dedication, DSWF has influenced policy, shifted attitudes and provided an unwavering voice for conservation over 30 years.

Help us connect for conservation across an entire generation by engaging your networks with our work and being part of a global community for change.

We have built an unblemished reputation based on transparency, credibility and an intimate knowledge of the countries and programmes that receive DSWF funding.

A partnership for growth

More than ever before, we face daily news of the devastation that humans inflict on wildlife and our planet; news of vanishing species and wild spaces which it is within our power to preserve. Act today to secure all our futures. Help us by investing in communities and programmes that have real impact, on real people, in real places and the wildlife they live alongside.

Join a growing number of companies and show your commitment to social responsibility and the fight against wildlife crime. Make a commitment to fund our vital work or sponsor one of our events. Call CEO Oliver Smith on 01483 272323 today to discuss the opportunities for corporate partnerships that give you, your employees and your stakeholders the opportunity to be part of dynamic team working to protect some of the world’s most endangered wildlife and the habitats we all share.


to save endangered wildlife INDIVIDUAL SUPPORTERS We rely on your support to protect endangered wildlife Conservation successes are hard won and vitally important to the survival of endangered wildlife and we are hugely proud of what our donors have helped us achieve. Among our shared successes are: • Playing a pivotal role at CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) 2016, to bring about decisions to end any future process for the trade in ivory. • Establishing the first Pangolin Protection Programmes in Zambia and Uganda. • Co-funding the first Aerial Support Unit for the Kafue National Park in Zambia. • Establishing Zambia’s first Elephant Orphanage to rescue, rehabilitate and release the innocent victims of ivory poaching. • Helping to secure Uganda’s Murchison Falls Conservation Area from poaching so that elephant populations can recover from near extinction. Populations now exceed over 1,000 elephants. • Helping to educate over 10,000 children in Zimbabwe to provide a fuller understanding of the importance of conserving wildlife and its habitat. • Providing over 20 years of vital funding and support to ensure the survival of black rhino populations in Namibia. • Saving the Amur Tiger from certain extinction in the 1990s cracking down on uncontrolled poaching and raising awareness among the international community. • Engaging with the Kyrgyzstan Government and a local NGO to re-wild a former hunting concession allowing for the safe development of the 4th most significant snow leopard habitat in the world as a protected natural area.

None of this would be possible without your help. If you would like to be part of our successes and help us continue our fight for wildlife, please donate today. Every penny goes a long way in conservation and we work hard to ensure that your money goes to protect the animals that need it most. DONATE AT THE MALL GALLERIES TODAY: Simply speak to a DSWF member of staff and they will guide you through the process. Donate by phone: +44 (0)1483 272323 Donate online: www.davidshepherd.org Gift aid and direct debits help make every donation go further so please consider these options when donating.

FIGHT . PROTECT . ENGAGE

The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) is a charity registered in the UK. Charity no: 1106893 Contact us at: Saba House, 7 Kings Road, Shalford, Surrey GU4 8JU Email: dswf@davidshepherd.org Tel: +44 (0) 1483 272323 Websites: www.davidshepherd.org and www.tigertime.info Image: What’s Up by Jan-Niklas Tants page 94

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Snowy Owl Andrzej Rabiega Medium: Watercolour Dimensions: 56 x 74 cm ÂŁ900


Walrus of Magdalenefjord 1 Claire Harkess Medium: Watercolour Dimensions: 125 x 96 cm ÂŁ5,600

Walrus of Magdalenefjord 2 Claire Harkess Medium: Watercolour Dimensions: 125 x 96 cm ÂŁ5,600

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Solitary Sparrow Esther Tyson Medium: Oil Dimensions: 56 x 58 cm £1,500

House Sparrow Esther Tyson Medium: Oil Dimensions: 53 x 51 cm £1,200

Polar Explorers Jonathan Newey Medium: Acrylic Dimensions: 100 x 100 cm £2,000 10


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Wake Riders Sarah Drummond Medium: Linocut Reduction Print Dimensions: 41 x 45 cm ÂŁ400 (10 editions)

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Ascent Sevina Yates Medium: Acrylic Dimensions: 50 x 120 cm £1,800

What Lies Beneath? Claudia Hahn Medium: Acrylic Dimensions: 65 x 120 cm £3,200 13


Blue Cranes of the Great Karoo Ian Coleman Medium: Oil Dimensions: 76 x 61 cm ÂŁ4,995

Little Egret Group Jane Holford-Atkin Medium: Paper Collage Dimensions: 56 x 56 cm ÂŁ475 14


Wildwood Trudy Redfern Medium: Driftwood Dimensions: 93 x 90 x 40 cm £2,900 15


Old World Wanderer Simon Griffiths Medium: Ceramic Mounted on Wooden Post Dimensions: 30 x 190 x 130 cm ÂŁ2,200

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Monkeys in the Jungle Anna Pszonka Medium: Oil Dimensions: 128 x 98 cm ÂŁ1,800 With a Little Help from my Friends Laura Quinn Harris Medium: Oil on Board Dimensions: 55 x 55 cm ÂŁ1,800

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Her Pride Danielle Fisher Medium: Soft Pastel Dimensions: 93 x 74 cm £1,800

On the Pecos Jan Fontecchio Medium: Oil Dimensions: 137 x 76 cm £2,900

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Sun Glare Catherine Ingleby Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 60 x 50 cm £1,200

Shadow’s Kiss Catherine Ingleby Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 170 x 120 cm £7,950 19


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Eyes on the Prize Craig Roberts Medium: Acrylic on Panel Dimensions: 56 x 76 cm £4,000

Tomorrow Atsushi Harada Medium: Oil on Board Dimensions: 83 x 92 £1,800

Pursuit David Hadaway Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 60 x 114 cm £5,000

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Disturbance Barry Blake Medium: Oil Dimensions: 75 x 60 cm £2,800

Orphans at Play Cathy Weiss Medium: Oil on Archival Gessoboard Dimensions: 107 x 76 cm £4,357 22


The Mirror of Soul Angela Ongaro Medium: Pencil on Paper Dimensions: 77 x 94 cm ÂŁ6,000

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Jampaa & Yindee Karen Phillips Medium: Pencil Dimensions: 36 x 46 cm £1,190

Mintra Karen Phillips Medium: Pencil Dimensions: 51 x 41 cm £1,190

Kabu Karen Phillips Medium: Pencil Dimensions: 51 x 41 cm £1,290 24


Kariba Dreaming Karen Laurence-Rowe Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 108 x 74 cm ÂŁ3,200

Playing the Loch Ness Monster Nick Mackman Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: 58 x 19 x 23 cm ÂŁ2,995 25


Trust Fernando Garcia Herrera Medium: Ballpoint Pen & Oil on Linen Canvas Dimensions: 170 x 100 cm ÂŁ13,300

Future Fernando Garcia Herrera Medium: Ballpoint Pen & Oil on Linen Canvas Dimensions: 78 x 40 cm ÂŁ3,100

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All Together Florence Cadene Medium: Oil Dimensions: 54 x 65 cm ÂŁ1,600

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Okapia Johnstoni Brooke Walker Medium: Oil on Panel Dimensions: 45 x 55 cm £1,000

The Three Musketeers Nick Mackman Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: 40 x 19 x 11 cm £1,995 each 28

The King of the Earth Georgi Georgiev Medium: Pyrography on American Basswood Dimensions: 33 x 27 cm £890


Apparitions Heather Irvine Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Dimensions: 112 x 51 cm ÂŁ895

Weathered Corinne Zollinger Medium: Clay with Rust Patina Dimensions: 36 x 20 x 15 cm ÂŁ500

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Delicacy Giorgos Kazakis Medium: Pastel & Charcoal Dimensions: 34 x 26 cm £1,000

Red River Hogs Judy Taylor Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: 75 x 25 x 50 cm £1,600

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The Rainmaker Guy Combes Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 112 x 71 cm £11,000

Babe Emily Kirby Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 47 x 40 cm £750 31


Bucorvus Sara Menon Medium: Watercolour, Ecoline & Coloured Pencils Dimensions: 37 x 25 cm ÂŁ1,450

Wistful Diane Haines Medium: Pastel Dimensions: 72 x 53 cm ÂŁ625 32


Juvenile Crowned Eagle David Hadaway Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 201 x 138 cm ÂŁ11,500

Mating Season Martin Aveling Medium: Pastel Pencils Dimensions: 60 x 43 cm ÂŁ4,000 33


Crowned Cranes Claudia Hahn Medium: Oil on Copper Plated Board Dimensions: 107 x 50 cm ÂŁ2,800

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Lappet Faced Vulture - A Study Gemma Hayward Medium: Coloured Pencil Dimensions: 92 x 38 cm ÂŁ1,200


Disappearing Rhino Jill Parry Marchese Medium: Coloured Pencils Dimensions: 72 x 52 cm ÂŁ950

Fully Armoured Claire Allen-Brunn Medium: Pencil Dimensions: 130 x 100 cm ÂŁ950 35


ME Stefano Zagaglia Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 100 x 135 cm £7,400

I Will Survive Joanne Wheeler Medium: Graphite on Paper Dimensions: 25 x 30 cm £1,100

Two Worlds Carina Kramer Medium: Oil over Acrylic, Dimensions: 122 x 42 cm, £1,050 36


Tiger Profile Martin Buffery Medium: Pastel Dimensions: 80 x 35 cm ÂŁ475

Spotted Resting Ian Campbell Medium: Oil Dimensions: 101 x 76 cm ÂŁ2,400 37


Double Glazing

Daddy Long Legs

Paul Hawdon Medium: Etching Dimensions: 68 x 58 cm £325 (40 Editions)

Paul Hawdon Medium: Etching Dimensions: 68 x 58 cm £325 (40 Editions)

Baby Orangutan Jack Haslam Medium: Monoprint Dimensions: 33 x 33 cm £400

Frog Jack Haslam Medium: Etching Dimensions: 50 x 50 cm £200 each (10 Editions) 38


Mountain Ibex Vincenzo Romanelli Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 60 x 83 x 40 cm Edition of 12 ÂŁ5,500 each

Feeling Zen Jilly Vainer Medium: Bronze Mounted on Graphite Dimensions: 22 x 23 x 30 cm ÂŁ2,800

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Two by Two Cathy Weiss Medium: Oil on Archival Gessoboard Dimensions: 98 x 62 cm £4,038

Crowns of an Uncertain Realm Guy Combes Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 112 x 86 cm £12,500 40


Sentinel Karen Laurence-Rowe Medium: Charcoal on Board Dimensions: 89 x 69 cm ÂŁ2,300 First Move Karen Laurence-Rowe Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 107 x 79 cm ÂŁ3,200

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When There Were Many Jonathan Truss Medium: Oil on Linen Canvas Dimensions: 98 x 72 cm £3,995

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The Time and the Nature

Fiery Dark. Concrete Elephant No.8

Jose Carlos Menezes de Souza Medium: Watercolour, Coloured Pencil Interventions Dimensions: 50 x 60 cm £900

Elephantman Medium: Coloured Concrete and Rubber Dimensions: 14 x 62 x 20 cm £1,100


Huan Huan Florence Cadene Medium: Oil Dimensions: 54 x 65 cm £1,600

Peachy Laura Pearse Medium: Pencil Dimensions: 86 x 109 cm £950 43


Twocans Martin Aveling Medium: Pastel Pencils Dimensions: 68 x 45 cm ÂŁ5,750

5 Dancing Dumbledores Niggy Dowler Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 61 x 30 cm ÂŁ650

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Bright Eyes Rachel Toll Medium: Watercolour Dimensions: 40 x 45 cm ÂŁ800

Walking Proud Rachel Toll Medium: Watercolour Dimensions: 55 x 60 cm ÂŁ1,200

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Keel-Billed Toucans - Costa Rica

Last Light of the Day

Plate-Billed Mountain Toucan

Jeremy Paul Medium: Acrylic Dimensions: 46 x 56 cm £1,450

Leon Van Der Linden Medium: Oil on Panel Dimensions: 61 x 71 cm £2,175

Leon Van Der Linden Medium: Oil on Panel Dimensions: 43 x 56 cm £2,125

Nuthatch Gary Craig Medium: Oil Dimensions: 34 x 33 cm £550 46


Carmine Bee-Eaters Leon Van Der Linden Medium: Oil on Panel Dimensions: 56 x 72 cm ÂŁ2,725 47


Don’t Tell Him Pike David Cowdry Medium: Acrylic & Oil on Linen Dimensions: 110 x 100 cm £2,900

Octopus III Nicolas Pain Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 38 x 37 x 51 cm £14,500

Little Blue Rosi Macauley Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 30 x 14 x 23 cm £1,400 48


Egret

Rufous Pas de Deux

Carol Cox Medium: Acrylic Dimensions: 53 x 73 cm £1,600

Sarah Drummond Medium: Linocut Reduction Print Dimensions: 33 x 38 cm £350 (10 editions)

Lonely Beauty

Grass Snake

Ze Ze Lai Medium: Watercolour Dimensions: 94 x 74 cm £1,500

Susy Jones Medium: Acrylic Dimensions: 33 x 25 cm £800 49


Dancing Storm Maria Floyd Medium: Oil on Board Dimensions: 130 x 70 cm ÂŁ895

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Plunge II Liz Myhill Medium: Etching, Collagraph Dimensions: 40 x 60 cm Edition of 80 £600 each

Vision in the Snow Solomyia Husak Medium: Ink and Acrylic Dimensions: 24 x 29 cm £350 51


Armitage Sharks, Is it Art or Taking the P*** Stan Kaminski Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: 38 x 113 x 31 ÂŁ1,000

Manchots Empereur Pascal Chesneau Medium: Recycling Car Roof, Formed Sheet Metal, Welded Dimensions: 40 x 110 x 30 cm, 80 x 72 x 24 cm ÂŁ5,900 52


Reef Shark Nick Oneill Medium: Acrylic and Resin on Metal - Dimensions: 90 x 60 cm - £2,800

John Dory 2 Bill Prickett Medium: Birch Plywood on Granite Dimensions: 26 x 40 x 10 cm £1,500

Tranquillity Nick Oneill Medium: Acrylic and Resin on Metal Dimensions: 100 x 100 cm £5,100 53


The Eloquence of Seduction Matthew Polluk Medium: Pen and Paint Dimensions: 125 x 180 cm £9,500

Lobster David Hunt Medium: Graphite on Panel Dimensions: 92 x 61 cm £1,850 54

Matters of the Heart Terry Woodall Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 60 x 46 x 36 cm Edition of 10 £6,000


Catching the Current Paul Fearn Medium: Patinas on Copper Dimensions: 60 x 60 cm ÂŁ1,700

River Reflections Paul Fearn Medium: Patinas on Brass Dimensions: 60 x 60 cm ÂŁ1,700 55


Miniature Hen Pecked Teal Philip Nelson Medium: Acrylic on Wood Dimensions: 17 x 8 x 8 cm £900

Cranes on Migration - Lac du Der - France Peter Partington Medium: Oil Dimensions: 310 x 110 cm £1,500

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Peruvian Torrent Duck Philip Nelson Medium: Acrylic on Wood Dimensions: 33 x 10 x 8 cm £1,200


A Curfew of Curlews Flamingos Sandra Vick Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Dimensions: 90 x 30 cm £600

Eileen Anderson Medium: Trace Monotype Dimensions: 56 x 45 £850

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White Stalker - Great Egret Sandie Martin Sutton Medium: Household Plastics and Scrap Metal Dimensions: 30 x 114 x 62 cm ÂŁ800

Nuthatch Beverley Drury Medium: Wire Sculpture Dimensions: 10 x 8 x 6 cm ÂŁ 155

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The Machair Sings of the Terns Derek Robertson Medium: Watercolour Dimensions: 72 x 52 cm ÂŁ1,200 Black Collared Barbet Karen-Anne Bryden Medium: Graphite Dimensions: 63 x 53 cm ÂŁ750 59


Displaying Raggiana Birds of Paradise Szabolcs Kokay Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 85 x 65 cm £2,900

Sri Lankan Leopard Cub Male, 6 Months Nick Day Medium: Mixed Over Embossed Linen Board Dimensions: 45 x 36 cm £1,800

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Rainbow Remedy Tom Shepherd Medium: Acrylic Dimensions: 51 x 72 cm £1,250 56


Black Vulture (Aegypius Monachus) Emma Faull Medium: Ink Wash Technique Using Gouache as Resist Dimensions: 46 x 64 ÂŁ1,400

Leopard on the Move Kate Jenvey Medium: Graphite Dimensions: 100 x 58 cm ÂŁ1,495

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Circle of Swallows

Fight, Protect, Engage

Simon Max Bannister Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 55 x 75 x 25 cm ÂŁ5,750

Simon Conolly Medium: Stoneware Dimensions: 140 x 140 x 12 cm ÂŁ3,995

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A Vanishing Strength Sarah Duthie Medium: Colour pencil Dimensions: 89 x 74 cm ÂŁ1,200

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Standing Guard Simon Knight Medium: Graphite Dimensions: 115 x 85 cm ÂŁ1,750

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Cheetah-Watch

Jaguar Landfall

Richard VanRenson Wise Medium: Oil in Canvas Dimensions: 60 x 74 cm £2,100

Richard VanRenson Wise Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 60 x 74 cm £2,100


Barbary Macaque Marie Antoniou Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Dimensions: 106 x 76 cm £750

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Mother and Calf Sara Butt Medium: Acrylic Dimensions: 58 x 70 cm ÂŁ2,400

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My Blue Eyes Mahesh Jangam Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Dimensions: 50 x 80 cm £1,200 69


Consuming the Spirit Owain George Medium: Acrylic on Wood Panel Dimensions: 66 x 55 cm ÂŁ2,600

Urban Mischief Sally Hynard Medium: Oil Dimensions: 46 x 41 cm ÂŁ1,995 70


Spotting Mound Ralph Resnik Medium: Pencil, water colour and acrylic on acid-free 100% cotton paper Dimensions: 120 x 90 cm ÂŁ14,500

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Elude Inquisite Jo Maynard Medium: Pencil on Paper Dimensions: 24 x 38 cm £450

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Jo Maynard Medium: Pencil on Paper Dimensions: 60 x 40 cm £700

Hatching Turtles

Sleeping Piglets

Baby Hedgehog

Amelia Saint George Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 6 x 4 x 5 cm £300 (22 editions)

Amelia Saint George Medium: Hallmarked Silver Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 7 cm £2,200 (22 editions)

Amelia Saint George Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 5 cm £350 (22 editions)


European Hare Marek Kolodziejczyk Medium: Acrylic & Watercolour Dimensions: 50 x 35 cm £1,200

Mice and Cheese Sophie Louise White Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 13 x 19 x 10 cm £2,600 (22 Editions) 73


Giants in God’s Playground Robert McKenzie Medium: Oil Dimensions: 123 x 92 cm £4,995

Lion’s View Robert Teeling Medium: Oil Dimensions: 60 x 50 cm £750 74


In The Shadows Paul Apps Medium: Oil Dimensions: 61 x 77 cm £8,750

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Transparence Girafe Pascal Chesneau Medium: Recycling Car Roof, Formed Sheet Metal, Welded Dimensions: 256 x 200 H 56 cm £8,500

Scared Stiff Palanivel Kumaravel Medium: Graphite and Charcoal Dimensions: 45 x 35 cm £800 76


Communal Stripes Sarah Soward Medium: Oil on Panel Dimensions: 25 x 20 cm £300

Transparence Fauve a L’affut Pascal Chesneau Medium: Recycling Car Roof, Formed Sheet Metal, Welded - Dimensions: 98 x 28 x 20 cm - £3,600 77


Patterns of the Bush Fiona Champion Medium: Acrylic Dimensions: 75 x 62 cm £1,200

Dazzle and Dust Peter Stewart Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 120 x 78 cm £5,000

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The Moment Frozen in Plastic Dagna Gmitrowicz Medium: Ironed Plastic Bags Dimensions: 81 x 178 cm £850

Turquoise and Gold Plumage Procession Stephen Walton Medium: Charcoal Dimensions: 80 x 110 cm £3,500

Stefano Zagaglia Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 100 x 100 cm £5,200 79


Hercules Steve Nayar Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 100 x 100 cm £2,000

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Cross River Gorilla

Elephant

Steve Nayar Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 100 x 100 cm £1,750

Steve Nayar Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 100 x 100 cm £1,750


Jewel of the Mara Tom Lazic Medium: Oil Dimensions: 97 x 75 cm £3,650 Old One Eyed Croc Tony Parr Medium: Recycled Log, Driftwood & Marble Dimensions: 44 x 168 x 141 cm £1,500 (including plinth)

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Hippo Pool Tony Feld Medium: Oil on Aluminium Dimensions: 117 x 66 cm £3,500

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Flight for Survival, the Monarchs Claire Allen-Brunn Medium: Pencil Dimensions: 41 x 52 cm ÂŁ625

Stainless Steel Pangolin Ball Stephen Rew Medium: Stainless Steel Dimensions: 20 x 20 x 20 cm ÂŁ1,850 (Image pre-casting in steel) 84


Fox in a Henhouse Rachel Elliott Medium: Stained Glass Dimensions: 28 x 12 x 2 cm ÂŁ150

Stalking Tamara Pokorny Medium: Scratchboard and Ink Dimensions: 26 x 23 cm ÂŁ1,000 85


Keratin Martin Aveling Medium: Pastel Pencils Dimensions: 18 x 25 cm £48,000

This work is designed to illustrate that rhino horn has the same properties as keratin (which our finger nails are made of) Yet the demand for rhino horn as a ‘medicine’ continues. A single horn can command a price tag of £48,000 on the black market.

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Orangutan David Cooke Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 110 x 260 x 65 ÂŁ22,000 (6 editions)

Kingfishers Halcyon Days Sophie Louise White Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 63 x 168 x 55 cm ÂŁ17,000 (3 editions)

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Walking Elephant Annabel Playfair Medium: Charcoal and Emulsion on Canvas Dimensions: 70 x 80 cm £1,650

The DSWF Collection

Innocent Eyes Tony Forrest Medium: Oil on Linen Canvas Dimensions: 100 x 80 cm £6,000 Elephant Train Annabel Thornton Medium: Acrylic Dimensions: 71 x 36 cm £695

Elephant Greeting Amanda Martin Medium: Coloured Pencil Dimensions: 41 x 31 cm £550

TJ - Gareth Hook Medium: Pencil Dimensions: 71 x 36 cm £800


I Dream of India Pollyanna Pickering Medium: Gouache Dimensions: 74 x 74 cm £3,750

Lost Lemur to Logging Andy Hamblin Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 60 x 60 cm £3,250

The Fingerprint Nimali Dissanayake Medium: Oil Dimensions: 40 x 40 cm £1,450

Windy Day Angelina Araujo Paz Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 80 x 80 cm £1,195

Cheetah Song Petra Verlooij Medium: Acrylic on Stretched Canvas Dimensions: 60 x 60 cm £700 89


Musth Swagger Karen Laurence-Rowe Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 104 x 76 cm £3,850

Lone Ranger Emily Kirby Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 45 x 37 cm £700

The African Wild Dog Emily-Mei Cross Medium: Polychromos Coloured Pencils Dimensions: 35 x 50 cm £595

There Will be Blood Cynthia House Medium: Acrylic & Mixed Media Dimensions: 100 x 100 cm £3,100 90

Huntress - Amy Larson - Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 74 x 51 cm - £2,000


Alpha Mare

Stalker

Cory Salmond Medium: Charcoal Dimensions: 80 x 125 cm

Frankie Hill Medium: Ink Dimensions: 30 x 42 cm

£2,100

£600

Tiger’s Lounge - Chirag Thumbar Medium: Oil on Board - Dimensions: 41 x 33 cm £1,400

Scarface - Bengal Tiger Nick Day Medium: Mixed Medium Over Embossed Linen Board Dimensions: 50 x 70 cm £1,500

Punda Milia Florence Cadene Medium: Charcoal and Oil Dimensions: 81 x 100 cm £2,700

Amur Cubs Amy Larson Medium: Graphite Dimensions: 66 x 51 cm £900 91


Murmuration II - Janis Goodman Medium: Etching with Aquatint - Dimensions: 65 x 38 cm - £190 (30 left of 50 editions)

Tree and Gulls - Sandra Vick Medium: Acrylic 46 x 61 cm - £600

Flight of the Flamingoes

Winter Flocking Avocets John Horton Medium: Watercolour Dimensions: 57 x 29 cm £325

Rogue Sang - Soazig Lemur Medium: Mixed Water Technique Dimensions: 70 x 100 cm £1,500

Flamboyant Cate Wetherall Medium: Pastels Dimensions: 66 x 74 cm £750 Flamboyance Cate Wetherall Medium: Pastels Dimensions: 66 x 74 cm £750 92

Margaret Ingles Medium: Oil on Linen 140 x 93 cm £1,800


Ice Pool, Svalbard Claire Harkess Medium: Watercolour Dimensions: 91 x 71 cm £3,000

Waiting for the Sea Ice - Nick Mackman Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: 40 x 26 x 26 cm - £1,600 Antarctic Warmth Lucia Walter Medium: Watercolour & Fineliner Dimensions: 65 x 50 cm £785

Winter Wonderland Morgane Antoine Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Dimensions: 64 x 44 cm £1,650 Norse Poets: The Rider of Icebergs, Svalbard

Long Way Down

Claire Harkess Medium: Watercolour Dimensions: 67 x 88 cm £2,800

Nick Oneill Medium: Acrylic and Gloss Resin on Metal Dimensions: 100 x 150 cm £6,500 93


Jaded - Shendl Weinzheimer Medium: Watercolour - Dimensions: 95 x 68cm £1,100

The Open Window - Leigh McNerney Medium: Oil - Dimensions: 61 x 46 cm £1,200

Coalition King - Ralph Resnik Medium: Watercolour, Tea, Acrylic & Pencil Dimensions: 100 x 70 cm - £14,500

Masai, Zulu and Louisa Sally Hynard Medium: Graphite Pencil Dimensions: 112 x 76 cm £2,995 Silent Hunter - Ralph Resnik Medium: Watercolour, Tea, Acrylic & Pencil Dimensions: 100 x 70 cm - £14,500

Thirsty Tony Lynne Davies Medium: Acrylic and Texture Paint on Canvas Dimensions: 90 x 90 cm £2,500 94

Nick Oneill Medium: Acrylic and Resin Dimensions: 91 x 67 cm £2,700

What’s Up? Jan-Niklas Tants Medium: Graphite Dimensions: 33 x 43 cm £520


Three Wood Mice Washing

Female Alouatta Caraya - Natalie Mascall Leptailurus Serval - Natalie Mascall Medium: Pastel - Dimensions: 31 x 31 cm Medium: Pastel - Dimensions: 38 x 47 cm £795 £895

Cathryn Kuhfeld Medium: Oil on Board Dimensions: 34 x 22 cm £550

A Leafy Lunch Laura Onyshchenko Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Dimensions: 36 x 46 cm £250

Green Winged Teal Emma Faull Medium: Ink Wash Technique using Gouache as Resist Dimensions: 40 x 30 cm £1,200

Goldcrest

Stonechat

Martin Rumary Medium: Acrylics Dimensions: 35 x 58 cm £525

Martin Rumary Medium: Acrylics Dimensions: 36 x 55 cm £395 95


Travellers at Dusk Emma Pawle Medium: Oil Dimensions: 102 x 81 cm £2,500

Buddies - Grace McKee Medium: Oil - Dimensions: 41 x 33 cm £1,400

Butting Heads - Ian Campbell Medium: Oil - Dimensions: 76 x 76 cm £1,800 When the Dust Settles Whitney Kurlan Medium: Oil Dimensions: 122 x 92 cm £9,000

Highland Deer Tom Savage-Roberts Medium: Acrylic Dimensions: 70 x 100 cm £1,250

Transparence Oryx Pascal Chesneau Medium: Recycling Car Roof, Formed Sheet Metal, Welded Dimensions: 58 x 59 x 25 cm £2,900

Battle Dress Peter Bainbridge Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 90 x 76 cm £950 96

Relentless Assault Peter Stewart Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 90 x 60 cm £5,000


Ethiopian Wolves

Wildebeest

On the Lookout

Nick Mackman Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: 55 x 28 x 20 cm (Sitting) 22 x 42 x 23 cm (Lying Down) £1,995 each

Stephen Rew Medium: Coffee, Ink and Oil Dimensions: 50 x 70 cm £475

Ralph Resnik Medium: Watercolour, Tea, Acrylic & Pencil Dimensions: 100 x 70 cm £14,500

Tongue in Cheek

Lang Creek Wolves

Elude II

Carrie-Anne Goodchild Medium: Charcoal Dimensions: 56 x 43 cm £650

Regan Johnston Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Dimensions: 91 x 61 cm £3,500

Jo Maynard Medium: Oil Paint on Natural Canvas Dimensions: 70 x 50 cm £950 Into The Wild

Joseph Koensgen Medium: Acrylic Dimensions: 135 x 94 cm £1,800 On the Move Frans Mulder Medium: Oil on Belgian Linen Dimensions: 180 x 140 cm £7,000 97


Africa in the Mist 1

Africa in the Mist 2

Africa in the Mist 3

Stefano Zagaglia Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 40 x 40 cm £1,200

Stefano Zagaglia Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 30 x 30 cm £800

Stefano Zagaglia Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 80 x 40 cm £2,000 (£3,500 as a triptych)

Playful Contagion - Karen Neal Medium: Scratchboard - Dimensions: 93 x 48 cm £1,800 Devotion

Clinging On

Amber Tyldesley Medium: Acrylic Dimensions: 32 x 43 cm £395

Julie Cross Medium: Oil on Board Dimensions: 40 x 50 cm £550

Sentry Duty - Gemma Hayward Medium: Coloured Pencil on Yellow Board Dimensions: 42 x 59 cm £950 Sitting Rabbit Amelia Saint George Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 8 x 13 x 8 cm £1,750 Rolling Rabbit 13 x 12 x 10 cm - £1,750

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Skirting the Squalls - Adele Pound Medium: Mixed Media on Paper Dimensions: 84 x 54 cm - £435

Blue Embers - Tom Shepherd Medium: Acrylic 55 x 45 cm - £495

The Stranger - Marina Durante Medium: Oil on Panel Dimensions: 65 x 35 cm - £930

Cygnet Laura Beardshaw Acrylics - 28 x 39 cm £800

Rush Hour - Ze Ze Lai Watercolour - 87 x 67 cm £1,500

Monkey Mugshots John Rattigan Acrylic on Canvas - 110 x 110 cm £900

I Have the High Ground

Spectacled Bear

Great Grey Owl

Paul Fearn Oil on Canvas with Bronze Lustre 50 x 61 cm - £795

Pamela Preller Medium: Colour Pencils Dimensions: 45 x 54 cm £1,750

Andrzej Rabiega Medium: Watercolour Dimensions: 53 x 73 cm £650

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The Bigger Picture

All images: Dave Mackay

Using art, photography and film to raise funding and awareness for anti-poaching

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“The Bigger Picture project was designed with one specific aim: to raise funding and awareness for the men and women on the front line of conservation” In 2016, Freddy Paske had recently left the British Army to pursue his passion as a wildlife artist. It was during this busy year that he met Dave Mackay; another army veteran who had recently completed a first class degree in photography. Yearning for adventure again they decided to join their new found professions with 29 years of combined military experience and set their sights on the world of conservation and a very different type of war zone. “The Bigger Picture project was designed with one specific aim: to raise funding and awareness for the men and women on the front line of conservation,” explains Dave. To do this, Freddy and Dave teamed up with professional charity fundraiser Liz Parker, who secured full sponsorship for the project and helped complete the team with award winning documentary film maker Dieter Deswarte. With support from DSWF, they headed to Zambia to work alongside antipoaching teams and to document their experience through art, photography and film. The journey began this February at the Elephant Orphanage Project in Lusaka. “It was a potent introduction to the effects of poaching,” says Freddy. “The orphans are the surviving victims of a vicious trade which has claimed their mothers. With meticulous care, the keepers watch over the juveniles 24/7 with one thing in mind; to release them back into the wild.” “They take this ethos very seriously and as a result physical human contact is

reduced to a minimum,” adds Dave. “As we photographed and filmed the keepers going about their tireless daily routine, it was clear to see how difficult it is to maintain this stand-off attitude. We all soon realised that the distance is there to help keeper as well as elephant part company at the age of three years – the time the orphans are moved from the nursery up to the release facility in Kafue National Park.”

military equipment it was admirable to see the rangers operating in these conditions in just a pair of gum boots.

After a few days with the nursery orphans the team travelled out to the centre of Kafue National Park, home to the Special Anti-Poaching Unit (SAPU). This elite team was to be their guide for the rest of the month.

“Rainy season lasts for four months and this journey needs to be done at least every month,” explains Freddy. “Having seen firsthand what is required of a Kafue ranger, The Bigger Picture team now understands how vital it is to raise awareness of their work and funding to support supplies and equipment.”

Charged with being at the tip of the antipoaching spear, they work with carefully sourced intelligence to conduct specific strikes and arrests. “Needless to say their workload is exponential,” says Dave. “At 22,500km2, Kafue is one of the largest national parks in Africa and therefore one of the hardest to patrol. It takes them four days in unreliable vehicles to reach the edge of the park, rain permitting. More importantly, it takes them just as long to return which can mean life or death for an injured ranger. With these factors at play it is not surprising that poachers conduct most of their operations in the hard to access areas.” Throughout the following weeks the team joined the SAPU patrols; photographing, sketching and filming their way around Kafue National Park. Keeping equipment dry was a constant problem and for a team accustomed to the relative comforts of good

A poignant reminder of the difficulties of operating in the area hit home when the team’s convoy was bogged down during a resupply. After 24 hours of digging they finally released their vehicles and could deliver the rations.

The body of work that the team collected will create a powerful exhibition - the first of its kind - by providing a unique visual exploration into life on a very different front line.

The Bigger Picture Threadneedle Space Mall Galleries Aiming to raise over £40,000 for the Kafue rangers. If you would like to make a donation towards vital kit and equipment for those on the front line of conservation please go to www.TBP2017.com The Bigger Picture is proudly sponsored by Janus Global Operations 101


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1. Rolling with the times, Oil on panel, 60 x 51 cm, £3,000

4. Defiance, Oil and copper leaf on canvas, 36 x 58 cm, £2,000

2. Salt of the earth, Zambian mud and charcoal on 300gsm paper, 40 x 30 cm, £700

5. Field sketch #11, Zambian mud and ink on watercolour paper, 20 x 15 cm, £400

3. Field sketch #4, Zambian mud and ink on watercolour paper, 20 x 15 cm, £400

6. Sleeping on the job, Oil and Zambian earth on canvas, 120 x 50 cm, £3,500

7. Monkey see monkey do, Oil and Zambian earth on canvas, 120 x 50 cm, £3,500


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DAVE MACKAY 1. Mature Beyond Years, Photographic print on 310gsm Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Bright White Cotton Paper, 100 x 66cm, £1,800 2. The Ordinary Man, Photographic print on 310gsm Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Bright White Cotton Paper, 138 x 110cm, £2,000

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3. Imminent, Photographic print on 310gsm Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Bright White Cotton Paper, 75 x 75cm, £1,500 4. Seized Firearms Exhibit A, Photographic print on 310gsm Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Bright White Cotton Paper, 100 x 45cm, £1,200

5. Save the Trees, Triptych as a single photographic print on 310gsm Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Bright White Cotton Paper, 58 x 20cm, £600


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Index of Wildlife Artist of the Year shortlisted artists Claire Allen-Brunn page: 35 & 84

Ian Coleman page: 14

Paul Fearn page: 55

Claire Harkess page: 9

Giorgos Kazakis page: 30

Eileen Anderson page: 57

Guy Combes page: 31 & 40

Tony Feld page: 83

Jack Haslam page: 38

Emily Kirby page: 31

Marie Antoniou page: 67

Simon Conolly page: 63

Danielle Fisher page: 18

Paul Hawdon page: 38

Simon Knight page: 65

Paul Apps page: 75

David Cooke page: 87

Maria Floyd page: 50

Gemma Hayward page: 34

Szabolcs Kokay page: 60

Martin Aveling page: 33, 44 & 86

David Cowdry page: 48

Jan Fontecchio page: 18

Jane Holford-Atkin page: 14

Marek Kolodziejczyk page: 73

Simon Max Bannister page: 63

Carol Cox page: 49

Fernando Garcia Herrera page: 26

David Hunt page: 54

Carina Kramer page: 36

Owain George page: 70

Solomiya Husak page: 51

Palanivel Kumaravel page: 76

Georgi Georgiev page: 28

Sally Hynard page: 70

Dagna Gmitrowicz page: 79

Catherine Ingleby page: 19

Simon Griffiths page: 16

Heather Irvine page: 29

David Hadaway page: 21 & 33

Mahesh Jangam page: 69

Claudia Hahn page: 13 & 34

Kate Jenvey page: 62

Diane Haines page: 32

Susy Jones page: 49

Atsushi Harada page: 20

Stan Kaminski page: 52

Barry Blake page: 22 Karen-Anne Bryden page: 59 Martin Buffery page: 37 Sara Butt page: 68 Florence Cadene page: 27 & 43 Ian Campbell page: 37 Fiona Champion page: 78 Pascal Chesneau page: 52,76 & 77

Gary Craig page: 46 Nick Day page: 60 Niggy Dowler page: 44 Sarah Drummond page: 12 & 49 Beverley Drury page: 58 Sarah Duthie page: 64 Rachel Elliott page: 85 Emma Faull page: 62

Ze Ze Lai page: 49 Karen Laurence-Rowe page: 25 & 41 Tom Lazic page: 82 Rosi Macauley page: 48 Nick Mackman page: 25 & 28 Jo Maynard page: 72


Robert McKenzie page: 74

Laura Pearse page: 43

Jose Carlos Menezes de Souza page: 42

Karen Phillips page: 24

Sara Menon page: 32 Liz Myhill page: 51 Steve Nayar page: 80 & 81 Philip Nelson page: 56 Jonathan Newey page: 11 Nick Oneill page: 53 Angela Ongaro page: 23 Nicolas Pain page: 48 Tony Parr page: 82 Jill Parry Marchese page: 35 Peter Partington page: 56 Jeremy Paul page: 46

Tamara Pokorny page: 85 Matthew Polluk page: 54 Bill Prickett page: 53 Anna Pszonka page: 17 Laura Quinn Harris page: 17 Andrzej Rabiega page: 8 Trudy Redfern page: 15 Ralph Resnik page: 71 Stephen Rew page: 84 Craig Roberts page: 21 Derek Robertson page: 59 Vincenzo Romanelli page: 39

Amelia Saint George page: 72

Richard VanRenson Wise page: 66

Tom Shepherd page: 61

Sandra Vick page: 57

Dominic Snow page: 42

Brooke Walker page: 28

Sarah Soward page: 77

Stephen Walton page: 79

Peter Stewart page: 78

Cathy Weiss page: 22 & 40

Sandie Martin Sutton page: 58

Joanne Wheeler page: 36

Judy Taylor page: 30

Sophie Louise White page: 73 & 87

Robert Teeling page: 74

Terry Woodall page: 54

Rachel Toll page: 45

Sevina Yates page: 13

Jonathan Truss page: 42

Stefano Zagaglia page: 36

Esther Tyson page: 10

Corinne Zollinger page: 29

Jilly Vainer page: 39 Leon van der Linden page: 46 & 47

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