The Society of Wildlife Artists seeks to generate appreciation and delight in the natural world through all forms of fine art inspired by the world’s wildlife.
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Submissions for The Natural Eye 2022
Details of how to submit work to The Natural Eye 2022 for non-member artists who create work inspired by the natural world.
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Become a Friend of the SWLA and receive a free copy of The Natural Eye Art Book One
We are offering a free copy of The Natural Eye Art Book One to every new SWLA Friend who joins in August.
The Natural Eye Bursary 2022
The Natural Eye Bursary supports artists in developing elements of their practice that focus on wildlife as a subject, read more here to apply.
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Robert Gillmor MBE 1936-2022
Robert Gillmor has had a huge influence on wildlife art and has worked alongside numerous conservation organisations and charities. His legacy to the art world is enormous.
Award Winners at The Natural Eye
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SWLA News | Exhibitions
A video tour of the SWLA Natural Eye 2021 Exhibition
Tour of the Society of Wildlife Artists Annual Exhibition 2021 with President Harriet Mead
Updates from SWLA Members
New Drawing Course at Clayhill Arts
SWLA artists Chris Wallbank and Nik Pollard will be running a nature drawing course at ClayHill Arts this September
Mike Warren and Matt Underwood
New Lincolnshire Exhibition
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The Decline of Eels
Artist printmaker Julia Manning RE SWLA collaborative art and conservation project reveals the extraordinary life cycle, epic migration and environmental catastrophes faced by the eels of her local Somerset estuaries.
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Argyll Hope Spot Project
SWLA artists were invited to visit the Argyll Coasts and Islands Hope Spot to help celebrate the extraordinary richness of this marine area.
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Harriet Mead in Conversation
Listen to Harriet Mead talk about her work with wildlife cameraman Jack Perks
Exhibition with work by SWLA Member John Threlfall and Associate Member Lisa Hooper
SWLA member John Threlfall and Associate Member Lisa Hooper (alongside ceramicist Sue Dunne and landscape artist Elizabeth Gibley) will be exhibiting at the Mc Gill Duncan Gallery in Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway from May 15th until the 3rd of July