my sponsors, supporters and contributors
The interest I've received so far about this book is very encouraging:
in Art Museum & Gallery
is fully supportive of the project. They have kindly agreed to provide
images from their collection to illustrate the wildlife art history
section and my task of selecting images from their collection has
been a pleasure. They will host the book launch in 2013.
I've long been
an admirer of George Lodge's wonderful wildlife art so I'm thrilled
George Edward Lodge Trust is supporting The Wildlife Artist's
Handbook by providing some images of his work. I hope the inclusion
will encourage a whole new audience to investigate Lodge's work.
I'm told that a new book about Lodge's life and work is in production
- can't wait to see it in print. More news about that on my blog
in the future.
enjoy sketching at West Midland Safari Park, so I'm delighted to
report that they have kindly donated entrance tickets so that I
can make extra visits there to sketch and research. They have a
superb collection of wildlife from around the world so I'm spoilt
for choice when I need to chose a new subject.
mentioned above, the creme of British wildlife artists have agreed
to contribute. Here's the list so far, and watch this space for
several of my friends and acquaintances have offered advice about
particular specialist areas I need to cover, such as photography
If you'd like
further information about The Wildlife Artist's Handbook
please contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org.