Not since Simba graced Pride Rock in The Lion King has a cat captured the public’s attention like Maya from the BBC Two hit television show, Big Cats About the House.
After watching the adorable jaguar cub grow into a fierce feline, Robert knew he had to do something to help the Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent. Putting paintbrush to canvas, he created an original artwork to raise money for the charity.
Being able to help in this way is a great achievement for the painter, who is hugely passionate about protecting animals’ survival against poaching and habitat loss.
Robert met Maya for the first time in May, when he unveiled his portrait.
He says: “Meeting her was a thrilling and humbling experience, and something I will never forget. I am incredibly lucky. As you can see, she approved!”
Visit The Big Cat Sanctuary website if you would like to make a donation or find out more.
26/04/2019Pushing aside convention in favour of childlike fearlessness, the psychedelic painter adopted a primary colour palette for this 2019 release of limited edition prints.
17/06/2019Prowl our collection of animal art, featuring new original paintings by Robert Oxley, pencil drawings from Peter Hildick and lively sculptures by the Frogman himself, Tim Cotterill.
16/08/2020This 2020 release saw the wildlife artist explore dystopian films and books, including the work of Swiss artist H.R. Giger. The striking collection captures the majesty of the world's deadliest predators in an innovative 2D format.
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