National Exhibition of Wildlife Art


Earlier in the week I drove down to  the lovely little village of Waverton in Cheshire with stone sculpture in the passenger seat and footwell.  It was ‘delivery of works’ day for the National Exhibition of Wildlife Art – the organisers then make selections from all the submissions for the exhibition.  I’ve just learned that my sculpture has been selected,  so I’m feeling very pleased and excited about my work being shown alongside all the other very talented wildlife artists.

NEWA selection panel

The selection panel at the National Exhibition of Wildlife Art making decisions about which work will be shown

The Exhibition

The exhibition runs from the 18th July until the 3rd August, 2014 at the Gordale Garden Centre, Chester High Road, Burton, Wirral CH64 8TF.

Opening times:  9.30am – 6.00pm

Thursdays – 8.30pm and Sundays 11.00am – 5.00pm

Exhibition flyer

The beautiful fox image is from the NEWA exhibition flyer.

The National Exhibition of Wildlife Art is an oasis for lovers of wildlife art. It’s dynamic, varied and exciting, and no two years are ever the same!
In 2014 we’ll be holding our 21st annual Exhibition, an event which is eagerly anticipated by collectors. We’re proud of our reputation for quality, showcasing rising talent alongside world-class artists and sculptors.

This is your opportunity to relax in lovely surroundings, admire the abundance of skill and beauty, and treat yourself to a cherished work of art.

Every year, we make donations to conservation charities from the proceeds of our Exhibition. By investing in a work of art, you will be helping to protect wildlife species and their habitats throughout the world.

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