Big Cat Tails photography exhibition at The Gardens Gallery

Helping people to connect with wildlife through storytelling and imagery of big cats in their natural habitats, Cotswold-based photographer Nashipae Wilde is bringing her exhibition, Big Cat Tails, to The Gardens Gallery in Cheltenham, this November 2022.

By Zoe Gater  |  Published

Wildlife enthusiasts and photography fans can look forward to a powerful and inspiring exhibition presented by one of the UK's leading wildlife photographers and storytellers, Nashipae Wilde, which is coming to Cheltenham from Wednesday 2 to Tuesday 8 November 2022.

Taking place at The Gardens Gallery in Montpellier, White Masai Photography's exhibition, Big Cat Tails, aims to connect Gloucestershire's residents with the majestic big cats that live in the wild — using thought-provoking photographs and storytelling techniques to emphasise the need to protect the species and preserve their natural habitats.

Wilde is a Cotswold based photographer who travels the world photographing big cats in the wild. Her key aim is to help people to connect with lions, leopards, cheetahs and other big cats from around the world, in the hope that humans can help the fascinating animals to survive and thrive for years to come.

All proceeds raised through selling photographic prints at the Big Cat Tails exhibition will be donated to the conservation of big cats though various wildlife charities, including the Born Free Foundation, Kenya Wildlife Trust and Mara Predator Conservation Programme. 

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Big Cat Tails Photographic Exhibition


Wednesday 2 to Tuesday 8 November 2022


From 10am to 7pm


Free of charge

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