Africa Wildlife Art

The art on this website plays a big role in conservation, with all artists donating a minimum of 50% to conservation projects and our partners in Africa.

Why Buy From Us?

Help Conservation

By buying art through us you are supporting vital conservation efforts in South Africa and Kenya. We work directly with our partners on the ground so no money is lost or misused. We support African wildlife from the air to the land and sea.

Own An Original

All our artists have been carefully selected because of their reputation and love for wildlife conservation. The art you see not only protects and preserves but they’re also unique and meaningful conversation starters.

Personal Service

Speak to us directly on our live whatsapp chat or drop us an email. We are here to answer any questions you might have, to ensure your experience is stress free and to make sure you get what you want.

Latest Art

TUMBA KUBLA

£2,000.00

SOLD!

EMPEROR ANGELFISH

£295.00

SOLD!

HOLD MY GAZE

£1,500.00

NO FEAR

£3,200.00

CERULEAN

£700.00

GENET

£695.00

KAHUNGYE KING

£1,350.00

GEMSBOK

£645.00

WHITE FRONTED BEE-EATER

£200.00

SHOEBILL

£800.00

As Seen In

Vulture Project

WHITE-BACKED VULTURE

£295.00

SOLD!

VULTURE

£450.00

CINEREOUS VULTURE 2

£450.00

CINEREOUS VULTURE

£945.00

RUPPELLS GRIFFON VULTURE

£170.00

GRIFFON VULTURE

£200.00

HOODED VULTURE

£1,800.00

SAVANNAH SOARING

£300.00

RUPPELS VULTURE

£400.00

PHOENIX

£1,800.00

SOLD!

Conservation Projects

Sand Dams in TSAVO

A Sand Dam is essentially a reinforced stone wall build across a seasonal sandy riverbed, generally on top of a stone bedrock.

Watamu Turtle Watch

LOC is a Kenyan marine conservation project. We use sea turtles as a flagship indicator species to measure and improve ocean & coastal health.

Vulture Programme

The role Vultures play in our environment is not fully valued and appreciated. These incredible scavengers are amazingly efficient at disposing of rotting carcasses.

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