Sarah Stribbling is a world-renowned, published pet portrait and conservation artist from the UK who specializes in highly detailed oil paintings and pencil drawings.
She has a Bachelors Degree in Zoology and a Masters degree in Biodiversity and Conservation. She draws inspiration from her years of traveling and knowledge in the zoological field. This background drives her to create intricate oil paintings and drawings that capture the personality and spirit of animals.
She is involved with a number of wildlife charities, donates art, and holds fundraisers through social media. She believes in the power of promoting conservation through art. She's worked with organizations such as Animals Asia, David Shepherd Wildlife, Explorers Against Extinction, Wires, Cheetah the Movie, and a number of wildlife parks and small non-profits. Sarah Stribbling is currently an Ambassador Artist for African Wildlife Art INVICTA Wildlife Fund. Sarah Stribbling's work is sold worldwide and published in two books, Britains Orchids Wildguide 2021 and is currently on the front cover of a New York Times Best Seller (Absence of Mallets, by Kate Carlisle). Sarah is also a multi-year finalist in the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year awards. Her work is currently licensed by MGL Licensing.
For every order placed she plants trees with the company One Tree Planted.