One of Europe’s leading wildlife artists, Pollyanna Pickering, will host a talk on her remarkable journey into India to study and paint Bengal Tigers.

Pollyanna is president of the Natural History Society, one of Dronfield Heritage Trust’s partner societies. The talk will be held on May 25th at 7:30pm in the Dronfield Civic Hall.

She will recount her fascinating story of her journey to study and paint Bengal Tigers, and will share the sketches and paintings from her time in India.

Pollyanna has received over thirty international awards and accolades for her paintings, among which include the Silver Palette Trophy and Millennium Trophy awarded by the Wildlife Art Society International. Other achievements include winning the prestigious Wildlife Artist of the Year award in 2004 and Professional Wildlife Artist of the Year award in 2009. To find out more about Pollyanna, click here to visit her website.

This talk is one not to be missed, and places are going fast! To avoid missing out, please visit our events page.

Tickets cost £4 for members and £7 for non-members.