Tiger Art Exhibition – The Year of the Tiger

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Danesfield House Hotel is hosting a unique photo exhibition , leading-up to a gala dinner on 31st January, all in support of “Save Wild Tigers”, a Marlow based, but global reaching, conservation organisation.

With as few as 3,900 tigers left in the wild globally, SWT (Save Wild Tigers) aims to prevent the extinction of these majestic creatures by creating an environment whereby the wild tiger can thrive in its natural habitat.

Tigers have been a part of our history and culture for centuries and this is illustrated significantly through the arts, literature and indeed modern marketing icons. SWT uses creativity in all its forms to inspire all to get involved and generate media interest.

In 2019 SWT’s launched the “eye on the tiger” exhibition – the world’s largest ever professional Wild Tiger photographic exhibition at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall. This stunning exhibition showcased over 95 photos from 30 of the world’s best wildlife photographers from around the world– including USA, UK, Germany, Czech Republic, Sweden, Australia, Russia, Japan, Germany & India.   

Part of this exhibition will be on display at Danesfield House Hotel from Jan 19th until Feb 1st as part of the build up to the Tiger Gala dinner being held at the hotel on Chinese New Year`s Eve, Jan 31st in celebration of the Chinese `Year of the Tiger`. ( Details of the gala dinner here )

The exhibition will showcase these majestic predators in their natural habitat but will also touch upon the tragic challenges they face as a species such as: illegal poaching and deforestation.  

To purchase one of these exclusive framed images please contact – simon@savewildtigers.org. For information on Save Wild Tigers please visit www.savewildtigers.org.

The exhibition is open for residents and non-residents to come along and view. There is no charge. Lunch or Afternoon Tea is also available. Bookings essential.

Article author: Paul Merchant

About the author: Founded MyMarlow.co.uk in its original version back in 2000 - yes the internet DID exist back then. Brought up in Marlow, went to school here, now has children at the same schools. Quite clearly loves all things Marlow - hence spending over 2 decades doing this!

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