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New Art Exhibition Focuses On The Secret Lives Of Stoats And Weasels Wild About Stoats & Weasels: An Artist’s Perspective The Robert Fuller Gallery | Thixendale, North Yorkshire | June 15th – July 7th. Small, swift and deeply secretive, stoats and weasels are hard to spot in the wild. But I have made it my mission to research these little-known mammals for a new series of paintings on exhibit in my gallery in Thixendale, North […]

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It’s been a busy day in my gallery in Thixendale today. My team and I have been hanging all the new paintings for my exhibition and putting up the decorations. Scroll down to see a short video clip of how we are getting on. The show opens on Saturday and runs until November 26th. This year my focus is wildlife in winter and I’ll be exhibiting a new collection of paintings of wild creatures against […]

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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 still have some paintings to finish off for my exhibition, which opens on November 4th and runs until 26th. I work mainly in oils and it is necessary to leave each coat of paint to dry before I can add the next, so what I tend to do whilst I’m waiting for a coat of paint to dry on one painting is work on the next. Interestingly different pigments take differing amounts of time […]

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I’ve been very busy gearing up for my Christmas exhibition, which runs at my gallery in Thixendale, North Yorkshire, between November 4th-26th.  This year I’m planning to show a new collection of paintings featuring wild creatures posed against a winter-white backdrop. Foxes diving into deep snow drifts, hares warming in the winter sun and a kingfisher perched on a frosted branch are just some of the new winter wildlife paintings I plan to show. Painted in my […]

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From pushy parent owls to clucky mother ducks, the different parenting styles of British wildlife are the focus of my summer art exhibition, running at my gallery in Thixendale from June 3rd- 25th.   Join me at my gallery in the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds for an unforgettable day browsing my latest detailed paintings, bronze sculpture and limited edition prints. My studio will be open so you can see my research photographs and I’ll be showing the best video clips of the […]

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York Minster Peregrine, painted by Robert E Fuller The group that attended yesterday’s gallery event to see peregrines at York Minster were treated to a spectacular show when three peregrines appeared in the skies above the medieval cathedral. My new gallery guide Jack Ashton-Booth, of the bird-watching group, York Peregrines, reported a fantastic display when an unknown female bird also appeared on the scene. “The peregrine pair that live on the ramparts of the minster […]

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I’ve got a new art exhibition opening at my gallery in Thixendale on November 7th at which I aim to raise awareness for the plight of creatures in crisis. The event features lifelike paintings of endangered species from around the globe. Wildlife is my life and I hope to offer visitors practical advice on what they can do to help the animals on their own doorsteps.  Wildlife everywhere is in crisis. Here in the UK […]

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Sorry I’ve been offline for a little while – the thing is I’ve caught the painting bug. My wife Victoria & baby daughter Lily have been away and its been so quiet, I’ve gone painting crazy! I’m normally winding down around now, framing and hanging the originals and tidying up my studio. But instead, (for some reason) I’ve started 8 new sketches of badgers, hares and stags. So I’ve got my work cut out if […]

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Phew! The first weekend of the exhibition has been a busy one. Luckily there were no hiccups and everything went as planned. The falconry display was a big hit with visitors and I managed to escape for a few moments to take some flying shots of the birds in action. Minster Falconry who organise the displays had brought a barn owl, ferruginous buzzard, peregrine falcon, baby long eared owl and a lanner falcon. They’re going […]

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