Rosamond Lloyd is one of the UK’s leading wildlife sculptors, nominated for Wildlife Artist of the Year and affiliated sculptor to Tusk Trust. Passionate about the natural world and the protection of endangered species in particular, she supports conservation projects through the sale and auction of her work.
Rosamond's relationship with Tusk began when she received a special commission from the Cotswold Wildlife Park to create a bronze celebrating the birth of the first white rhino in the Park’s 43 year history. Sales of subsequent limited editions of her highly acclaimed Study of a White Rhino and Calf went on to raise significant funds for Tusk’s rhino conservation projects, selling out of all but one remaining edition.
Rosamond's sculptures have connected with an international audience as a result of her extraordinary attention to detail and empathy with her subject matter. Her work is held in private collections in the UK and abroad and has been widely exhibited. She recently collaborated with best selling author, explorer, photographer and Tusk ambassador Levison Wood, in their acclaimed London show Visions of Africa, in aid of Tusk and kindly supported by Leica Cameras. IWC Watches, Craghoppers and Flight Centre.
Rosamond undertakes commissions and is able to work to any scale.
For more information please visit www.rosamondlloyd.com.
“Today, perhaps more than ever before, Africa’s natural heritage – this incredible, sustainable resource for our and future generations – is gravely threatened.
This is why Tusk’s PACE programme is so vital, educating local people to create a sustainable life balance with the wonders of Africa’s nature. Already, it has made a real difference. Going into the future, it represents one of the most powerful tools to strengthen communities, combat poaching and save what is irreplaceable.”