Wildlife Art

Gorilla with piercing red eyes, acrylic painting by Caroline Skinner Art

Surrey Artist Supporting Wildlife Conservation

Wildlife is disappearing faster than at any time in our history. We may lose some iconic species completely in our lifetime, and we need to stop this from happening before it’s too late. I can’t express myself any better than our finest ambassador for the natural world:

” The question is, are we happy to suppose that our grandchildren may never be able to see an elephant except in a picture book?  
Sir David Attenborough

I paint happy colourful wildlife art that will make you smile and remind you why you love animals so much. All wildlife artwork purchases on this website include a donation to wildlife conservation projects, at no extra cost to you.

Rhinos are amazing ancient beasts, and they are already in serious trouble.  It would be so sad to lose them altogether, so I am supporting Save the Rhino’s projects to help rhinos to survive in the wild for future generations. 20% of profits from all rhino painting, print and gift sales from my website will be going to this great cause.

Other wildlife art and gift sales on this website support  Fauna and Flora Internationals valuable conservation work.  They work tirelessly to protect natural habitats and biodiversity across the world, but did you know they also work in the UK?  Sir David Attenborough has been a member since 1959, and Vice-President since 1979 (I’ve been a member for much less time!). 

These organisations are working hard to secure a better future for wildlife and the environment in which they live. Thank you for your support.

For more details on any of these wildlife paintings, prints and gifts, please go to my Shop pages