Working mainly in oils, Pip’s originals have been outstandingly popular and his success has enabled him to raise thousands of pounds for various conservation concerns including the Epulu Okapi Game Reserve Appeal in Zaire, the Dambari Field Research Station for Black Rhinos in Zimbabwe, and Save the Tiger. He has travelled extensively overseas and has lived in Central America and the Far East. He conducts regular field research trips abroad in order to study wildlife and habitat, and has camped in remote areas of Tanzania and Northern Botswana.
Since turning professional Pip has been the subject of several Meridian TV broadcasts and has been featured in numerous national newspapers and magazines. His paintings have been auctioned at each of the international Wildlife Art auctions held by Christies and Sotheby’s, with keen bidding often pushing prices well over their pre-sale estimates.
Pip has demonstrated, lectured and taught painting techniques for the last few years. He is founder and chairman of the Marwell Art Society, the second largest group of its kind in the UK, a council member of Marwell Zoological Society, and the first ever Artist-in-Residence at Marwell Zoo.
"Wildlife painting is my passion but the fact that I am able to give something back to the subjects I paint is the most important element for me." Close
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By PIP MCGARRY
|Product Code: ZMCG009|
|Edition Size 195|
|12 x 10 inches|