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Jackie Garner, British wildlife artist

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Soft & Sharp - acrylic painting of Eagle Owl
Soft & Sharp
- painting of an Eagle Owl

The Wildlife Art of
Ancient Egypt
I'm illustrating a book about the incredible wildlife paintings and hieroglyphs created by the Ancient Egyptians >> The Wildlife Art of Ancient Egypt

Acrylics painting of  a Gull-billed Tern

Gull-billed Tern painting in acrylics. Buy online or see more like this in my wildlife art shop

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The Wildlife Artist's Handbook

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Click here for information about my Wildlife Art Talks & Workshops including topics and testimonials. Now booking for 2014-15. Watch a video preview of my 'Focus on the Falklands' talk


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New Eagle Owl painting
Hot off the easel is a new painting of an Eagle Owl, inspired by seeing these majestic birds in Southern Spain. In this painting I tried to capture the soft early morning light and the owl surrounded by spiky branches. How did I do? See the finished painting here...
Posted 22 February 2015

Artist in Residence - two for the price of one!
I usually take part in Nature in Art's Artist in Residence programme in the autumn, but this year I'm mixing things up and will be there with Katrina van Grouw (author of the acclaimed book The Unfeathered Bird). We'll be there 31 March - 5 April. Do come and visit!
Posted 1 February 2015

Stroud Open Studios - save the date(s)
Stroud's annual Open Studios seem a long way off at the moment but I'm sure it will be upon us before we know it. I've just registered to take part again this year, so the key weekends for your diaries are 9 & 10 and 16 & 17 May. Studio visits at other times of the year by appointment.
Posted 1 February 2015

Wildlife Habitat Trust Conservation Stamp
Each year the WHT commissions wildlife artwork for a 5 stamp to raise funds for conservation projects. Illustrious British wildlife artists have created the artwork in previous years, including Rodger McPhail, Keith Shackleton, Bruce Pearson, Terence Lambert, Robert Gillmor, Keith Brockie and Andrew Haslen. I've submitted three
paintings of Mallards at Bridgewater Bay and the stamp will be unveiled at the CLA Game Fair,
30 July - 2 August 2015.

Updated 3 January 2015

Jackie Garner, British Wildlife Artist
I'm a British wildlife artist, who paints UK and international wildlife and occasionally still life and portraits. Like many wildlife artists, I've been inspired by visits overseas, in my case to the Falkland Islands and Egypt. Recently I've been commissioned for various wildlife illustration projects.
I'm a keen birder so many of my most recent works are paintings of British birds - however recently I've been embracing the animal-, reptile- and insect- side of wildlife art.
See my wildlife artist profile

Wildlife Art Gallery
My artwork usually starts with experiencing wildlife in its own environment. My sketches are made outdoors in front of the subject, and they either remain as sketches or are later worked up in the studio. You can see examples of my wildlife paintings, in the online wildlife art gallery

Falklands penguins, painting in acrylics, link to Falklands page

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