Sketch for Survival 2018

One African elephant is poached for its tusks every 26 minutes. That's more than 55 a day. Sketch for Survival aims to raise awareness about species extinction while also raising significant funds to fight wildlife crime through our touring wildlife art exhibition and online charity auction.

I was asked to get involved, and contributed ‘The Pink Pangolin’, drawn in 26 minutes. My piece will be auctioned along with 400 original artworks donated by artists from over 30 countries. Artwork has also been donated by, amongst others, Stephen Fry, Mary Berry, famous explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes and Oscar winning animator and director Nick Park, as well as Dame Helen Mirren and Dame Judi Dench. To find out more, go to Explorers Against Extinction.

The online charity auction is here. To bid on my piece ‘The Pink Pangolin’ please click here.


Sketch for Survival 2018 Exhibition Tour:

29-30 September - Wildlife & Safari Show
Harrogate Convention Centre, Yorkshire.
17-21 October - gallery@oxo
Oxo Tower Wharf, South Bank, London.
1-4 November - Conde Nast Luxury Travel Fair
London Olympia.
7-8 November - Walcot Chapel Gallery, Bath
Walcot Gate, Bath.
14 November - The Explorers Club, New York, USA
46 East 70th Street, New York.
15-17 November - Salmagundi Club, New York, USA
47 5th Avenue, New York.
23-25 November - Crypt Gallery, Norwich
Cathedral Close, Norwich.

(Full details of times and tickets here.)