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Capturing the Glance of a Peregrine in Paint | My Painting Story This is the story of a new original acrylic painting inspired by watching peregrine falcons on live nest cameras at Salt End Chemical Park in Hull. Footage from this camera is streamed via wifi to my art studio more than 50 miles away and over the years I have watched the story unfold as this formidable peregrine pair raise three generations of chicks […]

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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. You are welcome to come alone, with your partner, with family members or friends. But, the group size must be no more than six people in total. Appointments are scheduled to last 50 minutes, so that you and your party can enjoy the wildlife on display […]

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See wildlife reflected through the seasons through this collection of fine-art paintings, chosen for you each week.  I paint directly from my own photographs taken in the wild. Follow this link to see the captures that inspired each artwork.   February 24th, 2020 Badger: On Duty at Dusk Wildlife Painting of the Week A badger sett near my home on the Yorkshire Wolds has provided live models for paintings for many years. I visit the […]

Studley Royal Stag by Robert E Fuller

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…….THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW ENDED…….       Win A Wildlife Art Print ‘Studley Royal Stag’ | Framed Limited Edition Print | Giveaway     I’m giving away this framed limited edition print featuring a red stag ankle-deep in snow to celebrate my new exhibition: Natural Treasures. Worth £150, I painted this after watching stags at Studley Royal Park in North Yorkshire.    TO ENTER THE COMPETITION TYPE YOUR EMAIL IN THE BOX BELOW * […]

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I won ‘Highly Commended’  in this year’s Rural Hero category of the Yorkshire Post Rural Awards 2019 and my gallery was a finalist in the Rural Business category. Yorkshire offers such a diversity of creative businesses so it really means something to be recognised for my work with wildlife and conservation; something that underpins all of my artwork. Wildlife conservation I am a founding member of the Wolds Barn Owl Group, a charity that helps […]

wildlife photo of the week heron

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Wildlife Art Photographic Studies A Beautiful Wildlife Photograph Every Week Spring is the time to photograph wildlife at its most interesting. My photographs are studies for my paintings and I’ve selected the best images of the season for you. Scroll down to see osprey, long-tailed tits and hares boxing in the fields. Click here for more snapshots taken throughout the seasons.  Click here to see these photographs translates into paintings on my Wildlife Painting of […]

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Wild Woods: An Exhibition of Woodland Wildlife Paintings by Artist Robert E Fuller at The Robert Fuller Gallery, Thixendale, North Yorkshire, June 16th – July 8th  Open weekdays 9.30am-4.30pm & weekends 10.30am-4.30pm   Cool off this summer with a visit to my wildlife art exhibition to see my latest paintings, photographs and limited edition prints of woodland creatures.  My new collection of paintings goes on show at my wildlife art gallery in Thixendale North Yorkshire from June 16th […]

Leverets at Givendale, Art Print by Robert E Fuller

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As Easter approaches and the world turns its attention to mythical bunnies, I’ve been thinking about the origin of the Easter bunny. Hares only visit their young for a few brief moments a day and it is said that in medieval times people were so unaccustomed to seeing a hare with its young they thought the lone leverets that they found out in the fields had appeared there by magic. It certainly must have seemed odd to come […]

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I have more than 30 cameras hidden in animal and bird nests throughout my garden and the countryside beyond and at any one time you can watch wild owls, weasels. stoats or garden birds as they go about their daily business on screens displayed in my gallery in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. I will be updating this blog with video clips taken from these nest cams every time I get any really great action on my […]

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It’s always interesting at an exhibition to see which original painting causes the biggest stir. This year I was suprised to see that it was this one of a Sparrowhawk and Woodpecker. I painted this in Spring following an unusual sighting in my garden. I was photographing birds from a hide when I heard the garden birds alarm calling. I knew straightaway it was a Sparrowhawk attack! I looked out and to my horror saw […]

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