Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

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These are uncertain times. I’m no expert on Covid-19, but as an artist, what I’d like to do is to continue to share my paintings and videos of wildlife in the hope this gives you a bit of respite and light relief during these difficult times. Following Government guidelines, my gallery in Thixendale will continue to be open daily. I hope to provide a space of peace and tranquillity for those that would like to […]

badger painting of the week

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Badgers live in deep burrows, known as setts, and only come out to forage at night. Their brief daylight forays make it difficult to get a good understanding of their characters and as a wildlife artist I’ve always wanted to learn more. So I built an underground badger sett and installed cameras into chambers within it in the hope that I could film their secret underground world. When I then learned of three young cubs […]

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My job as an artist is varied and involves travelling the world to watch wildlife in its natural habitat. Every now and then I receive a commission that is different from anything I’ve ever encountered. Last year during a trip to watch whales and bears in Canada, I received an email to ask if I would consider painting oystercatchers at Craster Harbour in Northumberland. My client, the children’s author, David Brazier, was very specific about […]

peregrine nest camera

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Welcome to the very latest updates from live cameras installed inside the Salt End Peregrine Nest, located high on a cooling tower at an industrial site in Hull, Yorkshire. This blog post follows the story of this fascinating falcon family, known as the ‘Salt End Peregrines”.  I will be posting weekly clips from the cameras as the peregrine pairs raises a new brood in the vast industrial landscape of Salt End Chemical Park. My films […]

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I’ve curated a collection of my favourite paintings of wildlife in springtime to lift your spirits as the sun begins to shine. I’ve chosen the creatures you are most likely to see at this time of year and put them together for you here. I hope you enjoy the collection and if you would like to see more please visit my online shop. Spring Blossom |Paintings of Wildlife in Spring Set against a backdrop of […]

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As a wildlife artist, I spend my time watching and photographing animals in their natural habitat to gain a thorough understanding of their individual characters. Each new composition begins outdoors as I follow an animal in the wild to learn its unique story and ends in my studio where I apply a detailed, precise painting style to create my life-like portraits. In this blog post, I hope to share my painting process for different artworks […]

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Wildlife Photo of the Week | Spring Art Studies I paint directly from my own wildlife photographs and so much of my time is spent out in the field watching animals. In this blog, I’ve selected the best images of the season to share with you each week. From badgers emerging from underground to the first swallows of summer, these are the art studies that inspire my artwork. Click here to see these photographs translates […]

badger painting of the week

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See wildlife reflected through the seasons with my latest ‘painting of the week’ blog post. I update this regularly with paintings and prints chosen to sync with the seasons. If you would like to browse all my fine art paintings and limited edition prints, click here. I paint in a detailed, precise style using both acrylic and oils to reproduce each feather or whisker. I want my paintings to be as lifelike as possible and […]

mothers day 2020

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Mother’s Day: Sunday March 22nd Everybody has a favourite bird or animal – which is why you can’t go wrong with a gift from my wildlife art range this Mother’s Day. Scroll down to see some great ideas inspired by nature or click here for more. Order on-line or call 01759 368355 to place your order by telephone.   Mother’s Day: Art Inspired By Nature   Long Tailed Tits on Blackberries Art Print | £110 in […]

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A precious few animals in the UK wear white for winter A handful of animal species have the remarkable ability to turn white in winter in order to match the snows of the season and the transition, which in the UK applies to ptarmigan – a genus of bird related to grouse – mountain hares and stoats, is something that fascinates me. Neither mountain hares nor ptarmigan are found in Yorkshire and although I have […]

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