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Monarch of Mwaluganje

by Guy Combes

“Mwaluganje was set up primarily as an elephant sanctuary to help with the devastating poaching in and around Tsavo National Park,” says artist Guy Combes. “It has been so successful that now the sanctuary has an overpopulation problem. This river is a popular refreshment stop for substantial family groups, but this large bull came down one morning and stepped out into the sunlight, complimented perfectly by the outline of the Shimba Hills behind. At the moment I am drawn more to images of Africa that don’t necessarily conform to people’s preconceived ideas of it. Most people visit when it’s dry, but my favorite time is during and after the rains, when the greens are more vivid, the animals have more food and seem much happier as a result.”

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art MasterWork™ Giclée Canvas:
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This September, Guy Combes will take part in the first-ever juried exhibition of the Artists for Conservation. “The Art of Conservation: An International Exhibit of Nature in Art” was organized to celebrate artistic excellence in the depiction of nature, raise awareness of conservation issues and directly support organizations dedicated to addressing them. Kat Combes, widow of renowned wildlife artist Simon Combes, will also be in attendance, to give a talk about the Soysambu Conservancy in Kenya. Guy’s original painting Gliders will be available for purchase.

Also by Guy Combes...

Rothschild Giraffe,
Nakuru Park

by Guy Combes
MasterWork™ Canvas

Essential Wildlife
Passion and character drive wildlife painting.To render a subject accurately is a feat unto itself.To capture the spirit of an animal, a creature shaped through the millennia by and to its environment, is quite another. But to convey its intention and being, the essence of living wild, that is the apex of wildlife art and what the Greenwich Workshop looks for in an artist.

badgering the witness...

by Will Bullas

The Alphas

by Judy Larson®

Mbogo Mkuu

by Guy Combes

The Nomad

by Luke Frazier

Eyes of Warning

by Simon Combes
MasterWork™ Canvas

An African Experience

by Simon Combes
MasterWork™ Canvas

First Light

by Simon Combes




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