A commercial space exhibiting wildlife and landscape art selling a wide range of collectable original art and books and cards.
The World Land Trust gallery is run by World Land Trust (WLT) is an international conservation organisation, founded in 1989, whose patrons are Sir David Attenborough, Chris Packham and David Gower. WLT protects some of the Earth’s most biologically important habitats, working through partners across the world. The aim of the gallery is to raise funds to support WLT’s conservation projects, saving some of the most threatened habitats and wildlife on the planet.
Since its inaugural exhibition, the gallery has showcased the work of renowned local, national and international artists. It has presented a varied programme of exhibitions, featuring a wide range of art – from pencil drawings and watercolours, to original prints and sculptures.
If you feel your work might be suitable for the World Land Trust gallery or would like to donate a piece to be exhibited, please contact the manager, Jenny Chattington.
The gallery is currently looking for volunteers to assist in the day-to-day running. Find out more about becoming a gallery volunteer.