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Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Pip McGarry, a highly acclaimed wildlife artist who has garnered worldwide recognition for his extraordinary talent. With a career spanning over three decades, McGarry has solidified his position as one of the industry's most revered figures.
Through his masterful paintings created on location, McGarry effortlessly transports us to the awe-inspiring plains, savannas, and untamed wilderness of Africa. His meticulous attention to detail brings to life a multitude of majestic subjects, allowing us to intimately connect with the beauty of the natural world.
In addition to his remarkable artistic achievements, McGarry is a respected broadcaster, passionate campaigner, and dedicated educator. His profound expertise has led him to serve as a judge for the prestigious BBC 'Wildlife Artist of the Year' competition on four separate occasions.
Embark on a journey through the extraordinary collection of Pip McGarry's art and experience the remarkable beauty of the animal kingdom through his captivating creations.
Recognised as one of the world’s leading artists in his field, Pip McGarry has achieved an international reputation over 30 successful and highly eventful years.
Sourcing imagery for his extraordinary animal portraits on location he transports us effortlessly to the plains, savannas and wilderness of Africa and brings us face to face with a host of majestic subjects.
Pip has become a world renowned broadcaster, campaigner and educator, and has been a judge for the BBC ‘Wildlife Artist of the Year’ four times, with the prize for the winning artists being a safari guided by Pip himself; he has led over 30 expeditions to southern and eastern Africa for wildlife artist and photographers.
Pip devised a Meridian TV series, ‘A Brush with the Wild’, teaching celebrities to paint wildlife; he co-hosted the series with Anneka Rice, filming on location in Kenya and at Marwell Zoological Park.
Pip was the founder and Chairman of the Marwell International Wildlife Art Society, the largest of its kind in Europe, and he has been the Artist in Residence at Marwell Zoological Park in Hampshire since January 1999.
His award-winning paintings sell for up to £85,000 and nearly 130 of his works have been sold at auction, including at Christies and Sotheby’s. He has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for various wildlife causes, including his own conservation charity, ‘WildSave’.
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