We offer you bespoke artwork.
Funding an Animal Exposure production unlocks the opportunity to buy a bespoke wildlife sculpture.
Corporate and private clients fund our multimedia productions documenting the work of wildlife organisations. We offer bespoke wildlife sculptures and artwork as part of this package. Wildlife sculptures are tangible embodiments of wildlife that provide clients with the opportunity to manifest their brand through the creative vision of the artist.
Hamish Mackie is a British wildlife sculptor who works in bronze, silver and any other castable metal using the lost-wax casting method. He is considered to be one of the world’s foremost wildlife sculptors. Largely self-taught, Mackie captures his subjects – ranging from livestock to birds via wild animals – by observation in a natural environment, taking detailed photographs and sometimes modelling in plasticine. From this he creates a highly accurate anatomical core covered with a loose, almost impressionistic skin that captures the essence of the animal’s personality. He has won numerous commissions including works for Charles Saatchi, RSPCA, National Trust, Woburn Abbey, Merrill Lynch, Hiscox and most recently the Berkeley Group Holdings. He has travelled to places including Antarctica, the Falkland Islands, Australia, across Africa, and the United Arab Emirates in search of subjects.
Nick Mackman is an award winning sculptor of ceramic and bronze animal sculptures. She has been widely exhibited and in 2015 she won the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) Wildlife Artist of the Year competition. In 2012 she was overall runner-up and category winner in 2010.
Her animal sculptures have found homes with, amongst others, John Cleese, Dame Judi Dench, Chris Packham, David Shepherd and Viscountess Serena Linley. She has been commissioned by British Airways and the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. Her work is held in numerous private collections and is prized for its striking intensity and personality. Many of her subjects are highly endangered and she actively supports the work of animal and nature conservation charities at home and abroad. She lives in Devon in the South West of England with her husband, twins and two dogs.
World famous foundry
Animal Exposure has partnered with Rungwe Kingdon and his leading British sculpture foundry, Pangolin Editions. A sculpture foundry offering commissioning, casting, transportation and site erection services both in the UK and overseas. Pangolin is one of the few remaining foundries that uses the lost wax process, and undertakes bronze casting for over 200 clients. A wide range of patinas are offered. A gallery on the premises exhibits a changing range of contemporary bronze sculpture, and is open by appointment.