WILDLIFE artist and conservationist David Shepherd CBE will be exhibiting and selling his work at Cranleigh Village Hall on Saturday November 12.
Along with a host of other wildlife artists, there will be gifts, books, animal adoptins, cards and memberships.
This is an opportunity to buy unique and personalised Christmas gifts in support of the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation to support critically endangered mammals in the wild.
“It’s always wonderful to be at Cranleigh Village Hall and to meet so many people who have a love of art and wildlife,” said David Shepherd, who turned 80 this year.
“I’ll be bringing a wide selection of my work, including steam and landscapes, so there’ll be something for everyone. I look forward to seeing you there.”
This year promises to be additionally exciting as the Foundation is also hosting ‘Wardrobe for Wildlife’ – the sale of good quality, good as new clothes for ladies with all profit going to save endangered animals.
The event runs from 10am to 4pm at the hall in Village Way and tea, coffee and cakes will be available.