at Nature In Art
asked to return to Nature In Art 27-30 October for a residency
which of course I'm delighted to do. It's always a delight to
be in the world’s first museum and art gallery dedicated to
fine, decorative and applied art inspired by nature.
Had a great
time at CLA
Game Fair last weekend when my wildlife
conservation stamp featuring Mallard on Bridgewater Bay
was launched. Apart from the launch itself, it was a great
event with so much to see and do. They call it 'The Celebration
of the Great British Countryside' and no one appreciates the
great British Countryside more than I do!
Exhibition of Wildlife Art (NEWA)
that two of my paintings - Soft
&Sharp and Contrasts
- have been
accepted at NEWA.
exhibition is an open annual exhibition based in the North of
England. NEWA was conceived in 1993 by a group of artists interested
in depicting wildlife, with conservation as one of their underlying
concerns. The aims of the exhibition are to promote and display
outstanding examples of wildlife art from both professional
and amateur artists. A
donation from the exhibition is made each year to wildlife causes.
some new artwork - all quite different pieces but in keeping
with previous collections. If you remember Dancing Cranes
from my Egypt collection, here's a new The
Dancing Cranes of Armana. I've added Golden
Brown to my Birds of Prey collection. And feathers always
get a lot of attention so I've added Pheasant
Feathers and Variations
to my Feathers Collection. Remember if you'd like to see them
in the flesh, so to speak, you can book
a studio visit or catch
up with me when I'm exhibiting at an event.
Updated 12 July 2015