Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

Tag: kingfisher painting


  I replaced a waterside bank with a garden shed containing a hide and an artificial nest chamber so that I could watch kingfishers inside their underground nest.  The entire project took a month and led to some incredible kingfisher studies. Click here to read more about these. I installed my hide in situ in February, long before the breeding season. Here’s how I did it. Step One: Replicating the design of a kingfisher nesting […]

kingfisher artwork


This painting of a kingfisher is the result of a secret study of these brilliant birds inside their dark underground nest. I built a bespoke nest chamber and installed hidden cameras inside so that I could watch what happens when these brightly-coloured birds disappear underground to bring up their young in the dark. Filming Kingfishers Underground And I discovered an extraordinary world under there. For a start, who knew that the chicks looked like aliens? […]

wildlife painting of the week


Wildlife In Art | Painting Of The Week Through the seasons This week by week collection follows some of the new original paintings I have completed this season and a look back at paintings from my fine art print collection. My choices reflect the wildlife you can spot in nature at this time. December 15 2018 Hare Kiss Wildlife Painting of the Week | Original Acrylic | £4,950 Image size: 19.75″ x 12.75 ” | Framed […]

Wildlife Artist Research Robert E Fuller


I’ve been filming a kingfisher pair inside their underground nest from cameras hidden in a box I made especially for them and the footage has been so groundbreaking I featured on BBC Springwatch. I’ve felt like a bit of a spy looking in on their daily interactions. My last blog tells the story up to the point that the first eggs were hatched. Click here to read it. After two weeks of incubation the male […]

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