The stars have come out in force to support the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation's TigerTime campaign to save the tiger in the wild by creating some fabulous original art.

The postcard sized masterpieces will form part of the Foundation’s week of Wildlife Art at the Mall Galleries in London which opens to the public from 4 – 8 June.

The exciting collection includes work by Joanna Lumley, Hugh Bonneville, Sir Michael Parkinson, David Gower, Elizabeth Emanuel, Alan Titchmarsh, Sandi Toksvig, Nigel Barker, Peter Egan, Jody Craddock, Deborah Meaden, Sarah-Jane Honeywell, Jane Fallon, Lucy Pinder, Jon Richardson, Sir Stirling Moss, Emre Erturk, Slash, Brian May, Simon King, Nick Hendrie, Francis Rossi and Samantha Fox.

You can bid for any of the celebrity tigers by emailing your celebrity choice along with your best offer and contact details including phone number to: bids@tigertime.info with the subject heading ‘Stars & Stripes’. All offers must be received by Sunday 9th June.

Alternatively, visit the Week of Wildlife Art at the Mall Galleries, London SW1 4-8 June to see all the original celebrity artwork on display and bid for them in the Gallery. Stars & Stripes forms part of a wonderful week of Wildlife Art featuring:

Wildlife Artist of the Year in the Main Gallery
The 2013 shortlist for this coveted annual £10,000 prize – with stunning original artwork and sculpture from around the world. All pieces are for sale with profit supporting endangered wildlife.
Three Generations of the Shepherd Family in the North Gallery

Original works and limited editions from David Shepherd CBE, original watercolours from Mandy Shepherd and fabulous mixed media originals from Emily Lamb.
‘Urban Safari’ by Jeremy Houghton in the Threadneedle Space
Stunning contemporary original work by Jeremy Houghton – one of the official 2012 BT Olympic artists.

Opening times and events:
Monday 3rd June – Private View and Prize Giving Evening with David Shepherd CBE and special guests – call 01483 272323 for details 


Public Opening Times
FREE entry Tues- Sat 10-5pm (4pm Sat) 
FREE painting demos Wed 5, 12-3pm with Hazel Soan 
Sat 8, 10-2pm with Mandy Shepherd and Emily Lamb

View the full catalogue online here.

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