Membury artist to show at London’s Mall Galleries

Wildlife artist Emma Bowring

Wildlife artist Emma Bowring - Credit: Archant

Wildlife campaigner Emma Bowring’s work to feature in David Shepherd’s art week

Emma Bowring's painting "Focussed".

Emma Bowring's painting "Focussed". - Credit: Archant

Acclaimed wildlife artist Emma Bowring, from Membury, has been invited to show her works at a leading exhibition.

She will take part in the David Shepherd Week of Wildlife Art at the Mall Galleries in London which runs from Wednesday, June 28, until Sunday July 2.

Emma Bowring's painting "Inseperable Bond"

Emma Bowring's painting "Inseperable Bond" - Credit: Archant

The exhibition will feature several different events, including the Wildlife Artist of the Year award, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary, and ‘The Bigger Picture’, which is an exciting exhibition following the work of wildlife rangers in Zambia through art, photography and film.

Emma, who is committed to wildlife conservation, has been invited to hang her works in the North Gallery at the Mall as part of the DSWF collection, and will have four original oil paintings on display.

Emma Bowring's painting "River Watch"

Emma Bowring's painting "River Watch" - Credit: Archant

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Fifty per cent from all of the sales goes to the conservation work that the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation does throughout Africa and Asia.

Emma’s work can be seen at her gallery - Edwards and Parr - at 13 Broad, Street, Lyme Regis, which is open seven days a week, from 10am to 5pm.

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For further details of her work and campaign to protect wildl animals visit


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