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Kestrel Painting of the Week


Welcome to your weekly update of all my latest wildlife paintings. I paint in a realistic style and spend many hours watching a bird or animal in its natural habitat in order to make each composition as lifelike as possible.   Click here to meet the wildlife models that inspire the paintings July 20th, 2002 Mrs Kes Guarding her Nest Wildlife Painting of the Week I’ve just finished this new original painting. It is a portrait […]

barn owl painting


Inspired by Barn Owls in Flight | My Painting Story I’ve been captivated by barn owls ever since I found a nest in an old elm tree on the farm in North Yorkshire where I grew up. They are such beautiful birds. Watching them fly across the meadows in the evening light is one of the most stunning sights on the Yorkshire Wolds. Barn owls have such soft feathers they offer little resistance to the […]


 Welcome to my brand new catalogue with all my latest limited edition prints, greeting cards, gift and homeware. Download it by clicking here or simply flick through the pages above to see what’s available. Below is a guide to what’s new and some great ideas on how to fill your home with my art. And I’ve got a special offer for all my customers. Scroll down, or click here, to find out how you […]

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