Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

Category: Visiting my Gallery

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MY GALLERY IS NOW OPEN My art gallery is now open. Whilst we continue to negotiate a careful return to a normal life after lockdown, I’ve set up two new ways to visit: Free, private viewings for yourself and your support bubble These slots are available mornings only from Monday – Saturday, 9am-1pm. You must book in advance. When get here you will have the gallery all to yourself and your support bubble and can […]

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Gallery Open by Appointment I’m delighted to announce my gallery is now open for exclusive bookings so that you can again enjoy all my paintings, live nest cameras, and films. Visits to the gallery are safe, with groups limited to just six people and when you book you get the whole place to yourselves for an hour. Appointments are free, but as per the government guidelines, please wear a face covering. Click Here to Book […]

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I’m delighted to announce that my gallery is opening on June 16th for exclusive bookings, so that you can again enjoy all my paintings, live nest cameras, and films. You can either book the gallery entirely to yourself or invite your own private group to browse my all original paintings, prints, and gifts in peace. I am limiting groups to just six people and appointments are scheduled to last 50 minutes, so that you and […]

original paintings

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Welcome to your exclusive online viewing of my latest original paintings. These go on show at my gallery in Thixendale today, until July 7th. The exhibition is the culmination of a five-year study of the stoats and weasels in my garden. Also on show are more original paintings inspired by my wildlife adventures. I hope you enjoy the display! Click here to find out more about my exhibition.    The Stoat & Weasel Collection   This […]

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Running an art business from an isolated farm house high on the Yorkshire Wolds might seem a challenge to some. But husband and wife team Robert and Victoria Fuller are celebrating 20 years of success at their gallery dedicated exclusively to Robert’s wildlife art.  This year I’m celebrating my 20th year of running an art business from my home at Fotherdale Farm in Thixendale. It is incredible to think how much has changed since my […]

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My gallery is the best art gallery in Yorkshire, according to a new TripAdvisor guide to the 10 best art galleries in Yorkshire! Located in the remote Yorkshire Wolds village of Thixendale it even tops giants such as the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield. TripAdvisor, which uses visitor reviews to rank public venues, awarded The Robert Fuller Gallery a 5* rating – enough to rank top of its guide to the […]

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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 […]

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Follow a single-track road as it drops into a deep fold of the Yorkshire Wolds landscape and you will, eventually, reach my home and gallery. Dedicated exclusively to my artwork, The Robert Fuller Gallery is a major draw to this remote Yorkshire region. Click here to read about the story of how it started as an collection of dilapidated farm buildings and was transformed to the beautiful beamed building you see today. Business at my […]

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I met my wife Victoria when I was 20 and she was just 17. Six years later in June 1998, we moved to Fotherdale Farm, a house high on the Yorkshire Wolds owned by Lord Halifax. The house had been in a poor state of repair for some time, but had been recently renovated by the Garrowby Estate. However there was still plenty to do to turn it into a ‘home’. One of the first […]

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I have designed the garden at Fotherdale specifically to attract wildlife and many of my paintings are portraits of the wild creatures that now regularly visit it.  Designing a garden for wildlife: mapping out the borders When my wife Victoria and I moved to Fotherdale, the garden had been leveled with a JCB digger and there were only two plants remaining – a red hot poker and a fushia. This was actually ideal because we […]

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