Sarah Stribbling Wildlife Art
Wildlife Art and Pet Portraits
Hi, welcome to my website! I'm a wildlife conservation and pet portrait artist specialising in highly detailed, quality oil paintings, pencil drawings and pastel drawings.
This site features many of the paintings and drawings I have done over the past 15 years and includes a variety of different animals and pets. If you would like to commission your own painting please visit the 'Commissions & Prices' section for more information.
Whether it's a photo from your safari, a favourite animal or a loved fur baby, I pride myself in being able to produce a piece of art that you will treasure for a lifetime.
Please browse my galleries and to view items currently for sale please visit my online store. I ship my work worldwide so no matter where you are please get in touch.
For every sale I make I will plant 2 trees with helping to replant the world, one painting at a time
I'm on patreon!
Tutoring in colour pencils.
New work for sale
Blue tit original oil painting on cotton canvas.
Would you like to come on a holiday with me?
Myself and another conservation artist called Sophie Green have organised two group trips to the Galapagos and a new Costa Rica trip! The Galapagos trip is now sold out but there are 8 spots remaining on the cost rica trip.
It will be a wildlife and conservation themed trip as this is what we are passionate about.
EDIT* Trip bookings have now closed, thank you to everyone who booked on with us! We are planning another trip for 2024, hopefully to South Africa so watch this space!
click the link below to have a look and book onto the trip of a lifetime!
Charities I support and work with
I am now an official ambassador for Africa Wildlife Art in association with invicta wildlife fund. I will also be working with David Shepherd, Artists for painted dogs, Explorers against extinction and Animals Asia in 2023 to help raise vital funds for wildlife. I am also a signature member of Artists for conservation.
If you're an artist looking for new reference material to work from then visit Wildlife Reference Photos. I get most of my images from there and it's a great resource for artists. Affordable and royalty free!