Society of Wildlife Artists: Call for entries 2018

by Larissa Gill May 11, 2018 1 min read

Society of Wildlife Artists: Call for entries 2018


Carry Akroyd SWLA, Flooded washes. Serigraph printing. Winner of The Terravesta Prize 2017

Call for entries now open, submission closes: Noon Friday 27th July.

Any artist over 18 can submit up to six artworks in any medium both 2D and 3D; including painting, sculpture and original prints, also accepted are computer-generated images as ‘original prints’. All aiming to show a level of technical skill and showcase interesting approaches.

The Society of Wildlife Artists of course prefer in the field observation from nature, to really know your subject matter. How you convey and represent this is up to you; from movement to the details of animal form. Tip: Don't draw your pet.

Selected work will be showcased at the Mall galleries exhibition in London this October.

There are many prizes and awards available to win, including:
The Terravesta Prize: £2,000 for the best work exhibited and Birdwatch Artist of the Year Award: £1,000 plus Swarovski equipment.

Entries accepted online here.

Cover Image: Dafila Scott SWLA, Bittern over the fen. Pastel. Winner of the RSPB Award 2017

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