Art and wildlife exhibition raising money for conservation

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Art and wildlife exhibition raising money for conservation
13th November 2014

With paintings and pieces selling from between £400 and £8000, a new wildlife exhibition is hoping to raise serious funds for conversation and the David Shepard foundation. 

The two explain their differing techniques, artistic inspiration and the interaction between artist and environment. 

They also chat about why the cause matters to them and where the money they are raising will go and how it will help. 

The exhibition is taking place at the Truman brewery in East London.

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