National Exhibition of Wildlife Art 2012

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This summer the National Exhibition of Wildlife Art (NEWA) will be once again showcasing a few hundred paintings and sculptures of remarkable quality, in a great variety of styles.

Established in 1994 by a group of artists interested in promoting wildlife art and conservation, NEWA is a not-for-profit organisation which makes a donation each year to wildlife concerns such as those involved in ‘Wildlife Weekend’.

NEWA is a selected exhibition for professional and amateur artists and is Europe’s largest completely open wildlife art exhibition; showing works by unknown and established artists side by side.
Every work of art selected for the show will also be available to view and to buy online at www.newa-uk.com.

Each July, this delightful exhibition, now firmly established at the Gordale Garden Centre in Wirral, promises an experience the whole family can enjoy for free. Gordale provides a large, tranquil space where paintings are displayed in the natural light of the ephemeral NEWA gallery.

The first three days of the exhibition will be complemented by live demonstrations of art during the “Wildlife Weekend”.  Friday 13th to Sunday 15th July will feature at least 2 or 3 wildlife artists showing and sharing their skills each day.

Danny Boy (Chimpanzee) by Paul Dyson

Danny Boy (Chimpanzee)
by Paul Dyson

Friday 13th - Andrew Beckett - mixed media; Pollyanna Pickering – acrylics and Chris Wright - pencil
Saturday 14th - Robert Cook-oils; Neil Dalrymle - ceramics; Thelma K Sykes - printmaking; Paul Dyson - watercolour and Chris Wright - pencil
Sunday 15th - Clare Shaughnessy - mixed media; Chris Hindley & Philip Nelson - woodcarving and Wendy Corbett - pastels

 

 

Meadow Blue by Pollyanna Pickering      Chaffinch by Andrew Beckett      All He Surveys by Wendy Corbett

Meadow Blue by Pollyanna Pickering (2010)  Chaffinch by Andrew Beckett (2011)   All He Surveys by Wendy Corbett

Walnet's Coastal Watchman by Robert Cook      Brown Trout by Neil Dalrymple      Serene by Clare Shaughnessy

Walnet's Coastal Watchman by Robert Cook (2010)      Brown Trout by Neil Dalrymple             Serene by Clare Shaughnessy

Flintstone and Furrow by Thelma Sykes      Pintail Drake by Chris Hindley     Miniature Mallard Drake by Philip Nelson   

Flintstone And Furrow by Thelma Sykes (2011)                                               Pintail Drake by Chris Hindley              Miniature Mallard Drake by Philip Nelson

 

 

Look at some of the first entries they already have for the 2012 edition!

Barn Owl by Michael Miller  Butterfly Track by Richard Tratt 

Barn Owl by Michael Miller (2012)           Butterfly Track by Richard Tratt (2012)                The Clan by Wendy Youlton (2012) 

 

See more information about registration as an artist here.
See more information about admission to the exhibition here.

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