Join us as we celebrate this year's winning artwork. WildArt is run by the RSPB in partnership with the Cameron Bespolka Trust, and this year we were even bigger - we received thousands of entries for both the 'Real Life' and 'Go Wild' categories.
Since we couldn't celebrate the wonderful wildlife artwork at the gallery due to the current Covid-19 restrictions, we've decided to share it with the world instead. There were three age groups in each category - under-8s, 8-12 and 13+.
We'd like to thank everyone who entered, and we'll be back next year for even more WildArt! So grab a cuppa, sit back and enjoy this selection of art inspired by nature and made by some very talented young artists.
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i was absolutely bowled over by the amazing sculptures by Michael Dey depicting the desperate plight of arctic wildlife and his passionate and hard hitting message. What a talented and thoughtful young man. I hope we hear a lot more from this young man.
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