1:  'Leopard's Den' ORIGINAL OIL -  POA
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5: ' - ORIGINAL OIL - 36 x 14 in - POA

Pip is a leading professional wildlife artist who first came to prominence in 2004 with his Meridian Television Series, "A Brush with the Wild", which was presented by Anneka Rice.  Filmed in Kenya and at Marwell Zoological Park it featured Pip teaching celebrities such as Nerys Hughes and Linda Robson how to paint wildlife.

Pip was also founder and Chairman of the Europe's  largest wildlife art society, which he ran for over sixteen years.  He has organized and led nearly thirty safaris to Kenya, Tanzania and Botswana and has held numerous solo exhibitions in galleries around the U.K.

He was one of the judges for the BBC "Wildlife Artist of the Year" for four years and over fifty of his paintings have been successfully auctioned at major auction houses at home and internationally.  Christies of London sold his "Flight of the Zebras" in 2008 for £29,300.00 and more recently in 2015 his painting "Leap of Faith" sold for a record £80,000.00 to a private buyer.

Over seventy limited editions of his paintings have been published by fine art publishers.  He has been the 'Artist in Residence' at Marwell Zoological Park in Hampshsire for fifteen years and in 2015, Marwell purpose-built a gallery in their retail outlet to exclusively display his original paintings for sale.