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Rpbert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

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original wildlife painting by Robert E Fuller lion

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Welcome to ‘Painting of the Week’ where I’ll be posting my brand new originals as well as limited edition prints and paintings from my archives. Please note I accept private commissions so if there is a subject that interests you and you would like to discuss possible compositions call me on +44 1759 368355.   August 15th 2018 King of Savute Painting of the week | Original in oils | Framed size: 37×29″ | £8,950   To […]

wildflower meadow feeds birds in winter

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The wild flowers in the meadow I planted are now attracting a lot of butterflies and insects. Soon I’m especting the seed heads will feed the birds here too. I’ve had a charm of goldfinches feeding here along with linnets and yellowhammers. My resident colony of tree sparrows are also really enjoying it. I’m hoping this new ‘larder’ outside my living room window will feed this population over the winter and provide me with plenty […]

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Owl’s cool off from summer heat wave in a ‘hoot tub’ As temperatures soared to record levels here in UK, a pair of tawny owls began using my garden pond as their own personal ‘hoot tub’. The owls returned nightly – and unusually also in broad daylight – to swim and bathe in the pond. Watch them below.  If owls could be said to be washing under their armpits, I’d say these two were! Look how […]

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Welcome to your exclusive preview of my very latest original wildlife paintings, going on show at my gallery in Thixendale, North Yorkshire, tomorrow. I’ve listed all 15 of my original wildlife paintings for you to see. Scroll down to see them all in turn. Or why not join me for a refreshing drink at the exhibition in Thixendale and browse the paintings in situ. There is so much to see here, from the paintings and […]

lapwing chick painted by Robert E Fuller

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In this post I’ve curated a collection of my favourite paintings of wildlife in springtime. Set against backdrops of blossom, I’ve chosen the creatures you are most likely to see at this time of year and put them together for you here.This spring has been quite erratic with snow storms interspersed with the occasional traditionally warm spring day. But at last the sunshine has broken through. Easter is when the lambing season takes place in […]

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As I look back at the pictures I’ve painted in 2017, I’m reminded of all the adventures I’ve had out watching wildlife this year. It’s been incredible. My personal highlight was watching kingfishers inside their nest and as you can see by the pictures posted below I was so inspired by the experience I produced a flurry of paintings of these beautiful birds over the year. But it hasn’t been just about kingfishers. The stoats […]

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I am currently exhibiting a new collection of paintings of wildlife in winter and I thought I would share with you the photographic and video research that went into this new series. I am particularly interested in how animals behave when the temperatures drop and so whenever it snows I like to get out with my camera to see what I can find. This is a really magical time. Not only does the world turn […]

Red Stag, painted by Robert E Fuller

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I’m all set for my latest exhibition which opens at my gallery in Thixendale on Saturday. I thought I’d share my very latest original paintings with those of my followers who won’t be able to make it here. The exhibition, Wildlife in Winter: An Artist’s Perspective, is a celebration of the season. You can read more about the event here. Scroll down to view each new painting. Snow Stoat  £4,250 Original Acrylic Painting by Robert […]

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The breeding season is over for our garden birds and you would think that they would be able to take a well-earned rest. Instead, they are as busy as ever as they face the toughest round of the year: shorter days and longer, colder nights. Our migratory birds flee south, but our hardy resident birds stay put to face winter head on. It can be a harsh season for a garden bird. Their main predicament […]

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I am constantly on the look out for new subjects to paint and I have designed my garden to ensure I attract as many birds and mammals here in order to inspire new compositions all year round. In 2006, I planted 1,200 trees to create a woodland on what at the time was a bare hillside behind my gallery. Read more on how I set about planting my garden deliberately to attract wildlife to it […]

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