Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

Tag: nature in art

wildflower meadow feeds birds in winter

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I absolutely love wildflower meadows and have planted them throughout my garden. These meadows link the different areas of my garden and create corridors for the wildlife that I paint. My living room looks out onto a wildflower meadow instead of a lawn. The project began many years ago with a wildflower meadow I planted along the banks of my gallery car park. This turned out to be so beautiful I decided to also plant […]

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  For US readers: In my blogs, a weasel refers to your ‘least weasel’ and stoat is your ‘short-tailed weasel’. For more on ID and definitions:  CLICK HERE This collection of 16 paintings of both species follows a five-year intensive study of these animals in my garden… Read about these studies here. Scroll down to see the paintings in the collection and read all about the wildlife sightings that gave me inspiration. 1. Standing Proud […]

natural wildlife treasure in art red stag

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This new collection of fine art paintings celebrates Britain’s natural heritage. People travel the world to see wildlife but hidden in our countryside are some of the most beautiful creatures.  I’ve picked out nine paintings of animals that I want to shine because I believe they are natural treasures.   1. Natural Treasure| The Robin  Title: Robin on Hawthorn Image Size: 12.25″ x 9.25″ Medium: Oil Paint Inspiration: Voted the British public’s favourite bird, the […]

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Wildlife Painting Of The Week Autumn Paintings: Best of wildlife art brought to you each week Wildlife is reflected through the season with this collection of fine-art paintings. This post is updated every week so keep checking to see what’s new. I paint directly from photographs. Follow this link to see the captures that inspired the artwork.     November 27th, 2019 King Penguin Pair Wildlife Painting of the Week I travelled to Antarctica in […]


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