One off Auction – One of a kind stunning painting by Alexandra Spyratos Sold for $10,100

A prolific artist and friend of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Alexandra Spyratos has a long-lasting passion for wildlife and created the artwork ‘One Love’ to benefit The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, in support of our projects conserving Kenya’s wildlife and habitats. Kenyan born artist Alexandra Spyratos is renowned for her bold and glamorous work that is uniquely her own. Alexandra exhibits in cities globally, including New York, London, Hong Kong, Nairobi and Singapore.

One Love

“My desire to donate this piece ‘ONE LOVE’ is from a lifelong love of the wildlife. Those of us born in Kenya are so lucky to have amazing wildlife at our doorsteps, and to preserve this incredible beauty and wilderness is all of our responsibility. Visiting the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust last December and seeing so many young orphan elephants that have been saved brought home how we can all do our bit. It’s amazing what the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has done over many long years and I feel so privileged and happy to be able to donate a painting that will help in a small way and be part of saving an orphan elephant.” Alexandra Spyratos


Title: ‘One Love’
Artist: Alexandra Spyratos
Media: Copper leaf, pastel crayon and acrylic on canvas
Size: 180cm x 60cm Unframed

‘One Love’ is part of Alexandra Spyratos’ latest exhibition at the Nairobi National Museum ‘Before the rains / After the rains’, which runs from 5th – 19th March and you can find out more about Alexandra at:

About the Auction

We are excited to have been able to offer this eye catching art to the highest bidder in what we are calling our ‘Sealed Cyber Auction’. The auction was live from 5th - 19th March.

100% of proceeds from the auction of this piece will be received by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust


Auction has now ended

Winning Bid USD$10,100


The artwork ‘One Love’ had a reserve value of US$5,000. If this value had not been met, the DSWT/Artist would have retained the artwork.

How to Bid

The auction was run through closed email bids. Bids were placed by emailing with ‘highest’ bid value in US Dollars that a bidder was willing to place. A bidder's full name, postal address, telephone number and amount of the bid was required. If a bidder was outbid, they were contacted regarding the current high bid, allowing them the opportunity to increase their bid.

At the end of the auction, 11.59pm (GMT) on 19th March, the bidder that placed the highest bid was declared the winner.

Bidder Obligations

In submitting a bid to the DSWT, the bidder is stating their willingness and ability to pay up to the full value of their highest bid amount. This should be considered a binding commitment between the bidder and the DSWT and the winning bidder will be asked to make payment, which should be received within not less than 10 working days of the end of the auction.

Delivery of Artwork to Winning Bidder

At the culmination of the exhibition of Alexandra Spyratos’ works at the Nairobi National Museum, the artwork will be safely and securely packaged for transit to the winning bidder. It will be sent via a reputable signed for courier service.

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