Old World – New World | Wildlife Art Exhibition by Guy Combes and Andrew Denman

Internationally recognized artists Andrew Denman and Guy Combes announce their first joint exhibition, “Old World-New World; the Wildlife Art of Guy Combes & Andrew Denman” in August of 2012 at the Nature in Art Museum in Gloucester, UK.

The Grey Scale flamingo chicks acrylic painting by Andrew Denman wildlife art

The Grey Scale (2006; acrylic on board, 10 1/4 x 15 3/4) by Andrew Denman

The exhibition will consist of more than 20 original works of art representing the cutting edge of these two painters’ artistic endeavors. Combes will focus on the wildlife of his native Kenya, from charismatic megafauna to the lesser known but equally remarkable denizens of one of Africa’s most biologically rich landscapes. Denman, a native of California, will explore the birds of North and South America, with special attention given to the bird life of Trinidad, where the artist visited in 2006 on a Society of Animal Artists grant. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the artists’ work will benefit the museum and the wildlife conservation and educational programs of Soysambu Conservancy, Kenya.

The Creche elephant painting in oil Guy Combes wildlife art

The Creche (2008; oil on canvas, 30×40) by Guy Combes



Read the feature article on wildlife artist Andrew Denman’s work: “Feathers and Finesse” in the October 2009 issue of The Artist’s Magazine. Click here to order your digital copy today.

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