The Wilderness Foundation UK and its Patron Bruce Little invite you to an evening viewing of a collection of bronze sculpture

Self-taught, instinctual, Bruce Little sculpts to capture the spirit of the wild African creatures he has observed and guarded for most of his life. His technique captures the essential movement and attitudes of his subjects.

Born in South Africa, Bruce developed an early passion for the African wilderness through his childhood spent in the bushveld. He became a conservationist and professional game ranger, working at the famous private game reserves of Londolozi and Singita in the South African bushveld. For the following ten years he lived on a private conservation project in the Eastern Cape where he restored Hopewell, a former beef and sheep ranch, to its original wilderness state. This included the reintroduction of indigenous wildlife to the reserve. The twenty years spent in the wilderness has given Bruce invaluable insight into his subjects he holds so dear.

Venue: Mall Galleries, The Mall, St James’s London SW1
Date: 7th or 9th November 2017 – RSVP
Time: 6.30 drinks

RSVP to [email protected]

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