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Batleur Eagle by Martin Aveling (Value £4000)

Martin Aveling is an English artist with an African heart. Born into a family of zoologists in 1982, he grew up amidst forest and savannah creatures of central and eastern Africa. His work has been auctioned in Paris, and featured in charity auctions hosted by Christie’s and Sotheby’s. His clients include a number of fellow wildlife enthusiasts such as film-maker Alan Root and Big Cat specialist Jonathan Scott. Winner of numerous international awards, most recently, in 2016 two of his works were shortlisted for “the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of The Year” Prize at the Mall Gallery in London.

www.avelingartworks.com

Rhino “Diceros bicornis michaeli” – Murray Grant (Value £9,000)​

Murray Grant is one of Africa’s leading sculptors. Born and brought up in Laikipia, Kenya, Murray’s stunning and painstakingly detailed work adorns many of the top lodges and homes in Africa.

Elephant “Laikipia Bull” – Murray Grant
(Value £9,000)

Murray Grant is one of Africa’s leading sculptors. Born and brought up in Laikipia, Kenya, Murray’s stunning and painstakingly detailed work adorns many of the top lodges and homes in Africa.

Buffalo Sculpture and Painting – Mike Ghaui
(Value £15,000)

Born and brought up on a farm in Southern Tanzania, Mike Ghaui has spent his life painting and sculpting the rich diversity of wildlife to be found in East Africa. He has been represented in the United States of America since 1980 by Alfred F. King III's 'King Gallery' in New York, and more recently by the Naturalism Department of the 'Gerald Peters Gallery' in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Ghaui has shown work at themed exhibitions at the 'Tryon & Moorland Gallery' in London, Pangolin Gallery (UK), the 'Everard Read Gallery' (South Africa), and at the 'Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum (USA).
His work, as well as being collected privately the world over, is also in the permanent collection of the 'Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum' (USA). His work has a striking vitality and he brings an authenticity to African Wildlife Art that only a long time love of Africa can.

14-day luxury Private Safari for four people – Africa Born (Kerr & Downey) (Value £45,000)

Part of the Kerr & Downey group, Africa Born is an acknowledged master of privately guided luxury safaris to the Indian Ocean and East Africa’s wilds. With the finest destinations, bespoke adventures, thrilling wildlife encounters, and intimate cultural exchanges, no one is better placed to show you the land of our birth.

www.africa-born.com

Say Yes to Adventure magazine set – Hollie Woodhouse
(Value £250)

Published quarterly by our very own Running for Rangers member, Hollie Woodhouse, Say Yes to Adventure is a high-quality print magazine featuring inspiring stories, photographs and illustrations all based on a common theme; adventure. 

Designed to capture everything that is epic, challenging and emotional about exploring the outdoors, and to inspire you to create your own.

www.sytamagazine.com

Signed print by David Chancellor
(Value £1500)

David Chancellor is a multi award-winning documentary photographer based in South Africa. He has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions, exhibited in major galleries and museums, and published worldwide. Named Nikon Photographer of the Year three times, he received a World Press Photo Award in 2010 for Elephant Story from the series Hunters. Chancellor won the Taylor Wessing National Portrait Prize in 2010, exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery London. In 2012 he received a Sony World Photography Award (Nature and Wildlife) and Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award. In 2013 he received the World Understanding Award in the Pictures of the Year International competition; the Kuala Lumpur International Photo Award for portraiture; the Vienna International Photo Award for documentary photography; and the Kontinent Award for documentary photography.

www.davidchancellor.com