Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

Tag: artist inspired by wildlife


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 […]


The painting above was inspired by three fox cubs that had occupied an unused part of a badger sett. I first noticed the presence of foxes at the badger sett after spotting a half-gnawed pheasant leg poking out of one of the holes and realised a fox must be using part of the sett for a den.  My suspicions were confirmed when I then saw the remains of rabbits and the wing of a young […]

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