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The Shark Trust was established in 1997 to provide a voice for sharks in the UK. Today they are a well-respected advocate for shark management and protection and part of a global collaborative movement in shark conservation; working to safeguard shark, skate and ray populations through positive change.

This painting is of a beautiful Great White shark called Lucy, from a photograph by George Probst. Lucy spends her time in the waters around Isla Guadalupe, she has a damaged caudal fin.
The legendary great white shark is far more fearsome in our imaginations than in reality. As scientific research on these elusive predators increases, their image as mindless killing machines is beginning to fade.
The piece is painted on recycled board, the edge of the box makes a frame for the painting. The piece is 88x64x6cm (bigger than A1 size).

I paint wonderful animals and sell each piece in aid of relevant conservation charities. Each painting is researched and painted with care to make sure of accuracy and character. Each piece is shaded carefully with acrylic paint using an airbrush, and then details are added using chalk pencil and Prisma coloured pencils.

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Acrylics, coloured pencil, chalk pencil, recycled cardboard

Lucy the Great White Shark in Aid of the Shark Trust (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Sarah Barnard from United Kingdom

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Sarah Barnard

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