Join Rebekah Knight, Wildlife artist on an EXCLUSIVE African Safari & Wildlife Art Workshop!

Aru Game Lodges is excited to announce a special workshop for artists. Join renown wildlife artist, Rebekah Knight on a 10-day hosted art workshop. Rebekah’s work features wildlife from North America to Africa. She is inspired by the intimidating feeling of the raw instinct and emotion when she see these animals in the wild. The best way she can describe it is to paint it. She considers birds, particularly waterfowl, to be the comfort zone of her subjects. Through her years of painting waterfowl — much of it for conservation stamp art competitions — she has kindled a fascination and knowledge for them along with an effortlessness in painting feathers. Unlike fur, feathers are found in colors across the entire spectrum and react to light unlike any other natural surface. But although birds have become my emphasis, she quickly developed an equal emphasis in other species. Rebekah’s time spent studying and sketching the world’s fauna has fueled a strong appreciation for nature and has inspired her to travel and photograph wildlife whenever given the chance.  She took the opportunity to travel to Kenya with world-renowned wildlife artist Jan Martin McGuire and a group of other artists to visit the Ol Pejeta Conservancy–the home of Sudan, the world’s last remaining Northern White Rhino who passed away in March 2018 It was an experience among many that drives Rebekah to continue to set her sights on efforts for conservation through art.

To learn more about Rebekah and her art, visit; and on Instagram:



April 14, 2023 – Depart USA (Artists join up with Rebekah at international departure airport)

April 15 – Arrive in Windhoek, Namibia, met and transferred to lodge

April 16-25 – Art workshop (change lodges mid trip during mid-day)

April 26 – Depart for home

April 27 – Arrive in USA


• 10-days at Aru Game Lodges, food, lodging, game drives, activities, hosted by Rebekah

• Spot and stalk with camera 204+ square mile private land (other options to go afield: horses – atv/quad bike)

• Small/exclusive up to 12 artists depending on how booked (single or double occupancy)

• Small/exclusive up to 12 artists depending on how booked (single or double occupancy)

• 2 unique eco systems

• Photograph native self-sustaining species with natural predators

• 2 luxury lodges – transfer lodge mid trip

• All meals and beverages (alcoholic beverages in moderation)

• Daily laundry and cleaning services

• WIFI at lodge

• Professional guide, tracker, driver

• Sit blinds over water – sketch/photo

• Lodge exclusive with 6 clients minimum (including Rebekah)

• 2-4 clients per guide (depending on total booking)


Baboon, black wildebeest, blue wildebeest, brown hyena, caracal, cheetah, duiker, eland, giraffe, red hartebeest, impala, jackal, klipspringer, southern greater kudu, leopard, gemsbuck, ostrich, springbuck, steenbuck, warthog, waterbuck, Burchell’s zebra, Hartmann’s zebra, sand grouse, various fowl, assorted birds, black rhino, white rhino. (no guarantee on spotting elusive species like leopard and cheetah)

• Mid-day professional artist techniques (can be shared both ways)

  This can be literally anything! Whatever you like or attendees want.

• photography gear; camera, lenses

• raw image storage – naming conventions

• sketching

• mediums (paint, ball point pen, pencil, Mac high tech)

• lighting

• composition

Double occupancy: $4,396

Single occupancy: $4,744

(VAT & tourism tax included)


Call: Frank Cole; 307-228-4290