We are delighted to announce The Robert Clarke exhibition in support of rescue dogs everywhere. We are even more delighted to announce that Robert has created beautiful paintings of five Wild at Heart Foundation dogs. Read more below...
WHEN: April 27th (18:00-21:00)
WHERE: Julian Hartnoll Gallery, Duke Street, St James, London, SW1Y 6DF
RSVP: No need to register, simply turn up on the night
A skilled draftsman and visual artist, Clarke has worked in various fields of Creative industries and has been featured in many international exhibitions. Imbued with a sense of personality that ‘captures the essence of the dog’, Robert Clarke’s drawings and paintings have attracted global attention. Clarke is regularly commissioned to portrait celebrities’ canine friends and has held exhibitions in both London and New York. Clarke prides himself on getting to know his subjects, measuring each dog’s ‘playfulness and attitude’ to bring his work to life.
Robert is a great friend of Wild at Heart Foundation and when we heard he was producing an exhibition in London and wanted us to take part we jumped at the chance! The 'Rescue Me' exhibition will take place in South West London where he will be exhibiting five WaHF adoptees and many dogs from 'All Dogs Matter, Senior Sight Hounds & I Heart Whippets'.
'Rescue Me' is open to all of our adopters and supporters and of course their wonderful canine companions. The exhibition is completely dog friendly so Robert is encouraging you to let them join the festivities!