© 2016 BY ANNIKA FUNKE

Kayamoja ArtConnects Trust No. T454/16 

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Phillip Allder 

"Phillip Allder is one of the UK’s leading wildlife artists. Based in Kendal, Cumbria on the edge of the English Lake District, Phillip has exhibited his award winning work widely throughout the UK and USA over the past twenty years." - source

website: http://phillipallder.co.uk

Robert Bateman

"I can't conceive of anything being more varied and rich and handsome than the planet Earth. And its crowning beauty is the natural world. I want to soak it up, to understand it as well as I can, and to absorb it... and then I'd like to put it together and express it in my painting. This is the way I want to dedicate my life." - Robert Bateman

website: http://robertbateman.ca

Adam Binder

"‘Nature is my passion and my constant distraction."

"Nature is a wonder and a joy to observe and it’s through my sculpture that I endeavour to connect further with wildlife and capture the character of my subject. While I’m sculpting I feel I’m engaging with the spirit of the animal, sensing it’s subtle movement and suggestion in body language. (...)  - Adam Binder

website: http://www.adambindersculptures.com

Carl Brenders 

"Belgian artist Carl Brenders is an internationally recognized wildlife painter known for his exceptionally faithful and powerful rendition of nature. (...) 

The powerful renditions of wildlife in all its spectrum, the mastery of details and the tactile realism Carl creates in his paintings irresistibly draw in the viewers, confronting them to a close encounter with an elusive and, sometimes, dangerous animal.  Such vivid emotion caused by the artist’s capture of nature explains the popularity of Carl Brenders with the public and his stature in the art world. (...)" - source

website: http://carlbrendersart.com

Anni Crouter 

"Born in Chicago, but growing up in Flint, Michigan, Anni Crouter started painting and drawing before she could read or write. Soon after relocating to Michigan in 1965, this natural ability caught notice by her mother and both her grandmothers, who encouraged her to express herself.  The life on a farm in rural Michigan with a father who was a veterinarian lent itself to many aspiring subjects to paint and draw such as horses, barn cats, dogs, birds and other wild and domesticated animals.  Many of these subjects still remain her favorites to paint.(...)" - source

website: http://annicrouter.com/biography.html

Paul B. Dixon 

"Scottish-born wildlife advocate and painter, Paul Dixon, has lived in South Africa for the better part of his life.

" - source

website: http://annicrouter.com/biography.html

Annika Funke

Annika Funke is a German painter and photographer devoted to the African wildlife. Annika supports wildlife conservation in Southern Africa by selling her work of African wildlife all over the world. She has spent years in the wilderness all over Southern Africa. Annika is the founder of the Kayamoja ArtConnects Trust. 

website: http://www.annikafunke.com

John Foker 

"Birds are nearly always in my paintings, but the colours, textures and space that surround them are as important to me as the birds themselves. I try to recreate the atmosphere of a particular place – an autumn woodland with the rasp of a jay and the smell of damp oak leaves. I usually begin by spending time in the field – observing, absorbing, drawing. (...)" - John Foker

website: http://bearparkartists.co.uk/johnnie/

Stefanie Gendera

Imposing big game and animal canvases inspired by African wildlife are the themes for Stefanie Genderas latest shows in England and Germany. Stefanie is the founder of NelumboArt, both artist and initiative are based in Berlin, Germany. Nelumbo - the Art of Charity, is a non-profit initiative that brings together art and the good cause. 

website: https://nelumboart.shop

Kendra Haste

"What interests me most about studying animals is identifying the spirit and character of the individual creatures. I try to create a sense of the living, breathing subject in a static 3-D form, attempting to convey the emotional essence without indulging in the sentimental or anthropomorphic." - Kendra Haste

website: http://www.kendrahaste.co.uk

Kate Jenvey 

Imposing big game and animal canvases inspired by African wildlife are the themes for Stefanie Genderas latest shows in England and Germany. Stefanie is the founder of NelumboArt, both artist and initiative are based in Berlin, Germany. Nelumbo - the Art of Charity, is a non-profit initiative that brings together art and the good cause. 

website: https://nelumboart.shop

Carina Kramer 

Imposing big game and animal canvases inspired by African wildlife are the themes for Stefanie Genderas latest shows in England and Germany. Stefanie is the founder of NelumboArt, both artist and initiative are based in Berlin, Germany. Nelumbo - the Art of Charity, is a non-profit initiative that brings together art and the good cause. 

website: https://nelumboart.shop

Christine Lamberth

"My primary interest in wildlife had its origins in the contemplation of nature. However, my work has now moved into a more subjective emotional observation of the dire straits in which the fauna of the world has remorselessly been plunged. Through the interrogation of this subject it is my intention to redirect the gaze of the viewer from the romantic concept of the worlds wildernesses to a current worldview where the imminent danger of a disappearing species becomes the focus." - Christine Lamberth 

website: http://www.christinelamberth.com

Karen Laurence-Rowe

"Karen's paintings grace the walls of many an art lover both in Kenya, where she lives, and in homes all over the world. She paints from her Studio in Nairobi which enables her to get into the field regularly to sketch and photograph the wilderness that she so loves. Karen's concern for what is happening to the wildlife and wildscapes around her is reflecting deeply in her work. (...)" - source

website: http://www.karenlaurence-rowe.com

A huge thank you to all our supporting artists! 

A. E. London

"Karen's paintings grace the walls of many an art lover both in Kenya, where she lives, and in homes all over the world. She paints from her Studio in Nairobi which enables her to get into the field regularly to sketch and photograph the wilderness that she so loves. Karen's concern for what is happening to the wildlife and wildscapes around her is reflecting deeply in her work. (...)" - source

website: http://www.karenlaurence-rowe.com

Roger Martin

"Karen's paintings grace the walls of many an art lover both in Kenya, where she lives, and in homes all over the world. She paints from her Studio in Nairobi which enables her to get into the field regularly to sketch and photograph the wilderness that she so loves. Karen's concern for what is happening to the wildlife and wildscapes around her is reflecting deeply in her work. (...)" - source

website: http://www.karenlaurence-rowe.com

Justin Mark

"Karen's paintings grace the walls of many an art lover both in Kenya, where she lives, and in homes all over the world. She paints from her Studio in Nairobi which enables her to get into the field regularly to sketch and photograph the wilderness that she so loves. Karen's concern for what is happening to the wildlife and wildscapes around her is reflecting deeply in her work. (...)" - source

website: http://www.karenlaurence-rowe.com

Liezl Meyer 

"Karen's paintings grace the walls of many an art lover both in Kenya, where she lives, and in homes all over the world. She paints from her Studio in Nairobi which enables her to get into the field regularly to sketch and photograph the wilderness that she so loves. Karen's concern for what is happening to the wildlife and wildscapes around her is reflecting deeply in her work. (...)" - source

website: http://www.karenlaurence-rowe.com

Laurence Saunois

"Self-taught, my love of art and passion for discovery gave rise to what I am today: an artist.

My path is often fraught with doubts, hopes, failures or successes. Creating brings me much joy but is nothing compared to the joy of giving happiness and emotions. Because above all art is to provoke emotions..." source

website: http://www.laurencesaunois.net

Morten E. Solberg 

"Morten E. Solberg is known around the world for his amazing work and signature style. He is an artist's artist. He is versatile in all mediums. He paints in oil, acrylic and watercolor and his techniques range from photo-realism to total abstraction. He has devoted over 50 years to pursuing his craftvia design studios, commercial art and his own fine art Painting. (...)" source

website: http://www.mortenesolberg.com

Jaidev Prasad Soni 

Jade is an incredible talented wildlife artist and conservationist from the heart of Ranthambor wildlife sanctuary in India who supports several organisations with his unique works in oil, acrylic, watercolour and charcoal.

Elia Shiwoohamba 

"Karen's paintings grace the walls of many an art lover both in Kenya, where she lives, and in homes all over the world. She paints from her Studio in Nairobi which enables her to get into the field regularly to sketch and photograph the wilderness that she so loves. Karen's concern for what is happening to the wildlife and wildscapes around her is reflecting deeply in her work. (...)" - source

website: http://www.karenlaurence-rowe.com

Gunnar Tryggmo

"Karen's paintings grace the walls of many an art lover both in Kenya, where she lives, and in homes all over the world. She paints from her Studio in Nairobi which enables her to get into the field regularly to sketch and photograph the wilderness that she so loves. Karen's concern for what is happening to the wildlife and wildscapes around her is reflecting deeply in her work. (...)" - source

website: http://www.karenlaurence-rowe.com

Kim Donaldson

"Scottish-born wildlife advocate and painter, Paul Dixon, has lived in South Africa for the better part of his life.

" - source

website: http://annicrouter.com/biography.html

Kabelo Kim Modise

"Karen's paintings grace the walls of many an art lover both in Kenya, where she lives, and in homes all over the world. She paints from her Studio in Nairobi which enables her to get into the field regularly to sketch and photograph the wilderness that she so loves. Karen's concern for what is happening to the wildlife and wildscapes around her is reflecting deeply in her work. (...)" - source

website: http://www.karenlaurence-rowe.com