ABOUT EMILY LAMB
Emily is David Shepherd's eldest granddaughter. From a very early age she showed signs of artistic talent and went on to achieve high grades in art and textiles at GCSE and A' level. She gained an unconditional place at both St Martin's in London and Falmouth for Foundation Studies, but on leaving school she took a gap year, travelling through southern Africa, Australia, New Zealand and Asia.
Emily then attended Falmouth University Art College for her Foundation Course and having secured a place at Charles Cecil School in Florence began her studies at their associated Lavender Hill Studios in London where she continues to study.
Emily has supported DSWF's Art for Survival Programme donating paintings for various fundraising exhibitions and auctions, and also supports several other conservation initiatives.
Exhibitions and Auctions include:
2002 Art for Survival Wildlife Auction - Christie's, London
Emily has just returned from Tanzania where she spent time in the Selous Game Reserve and studying the Masai.
2004 Art for Survival Wildlife Auction - Christie's London
2005 'Impressions' - first solo exhibition - DSWF Gallery, Surrey
2006 Three Generations Exhibition - The Savoy London
2007 Art for Survival Wildlife Auction - Christie's London
2007 Three Roses Gallery - Arundel, Sussex
2008 African Art Exhibition - Iona House Gallery, Oxford
2008 Three Generations Exhibition - The Mall Galleries
2008 'Status Quo Pictures' in aid of the Princes Trust - Bonhams
2008 Wild Art Exhibition – Cork Street Gallery, London
2009 Three Generations Exhibition – The Mall Galleries