Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

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This new exhibition of paintings focusses on animal mums in nature. Each painting was inspired by watching animals raise their young. I use a combination of oil and acrylic paint as well as pencil to record each wild subject as faithfully as possible. The exhibition is divided into different sections and I invite you to scroll down to explore paintings of both British birds and mammals as well as animal mums from around the world. […]

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  AN EXHIBITION OF WILDLIFE ART PAINTINGS AMAZING ANIMAL MUMS THE RESEARCH Welcome to my virtual Mother’s Day art exhibition, Amazing Animal Mums. On this page, I share my intensive field research into how different animal mums raise their young. Scroll on for links to read my studies and to learn more about the stories behind the paintings.    How Photographing A Cruel Cuckoo Chick Inspired A New Painting & A Lasting Respect for Mothers […]

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Barney was one of my favourite owls here at Fotherdale. He had lived here for more than years but sadly, on the 23rd of October, I saw him for what would be the last time. What Happened to Barney? I don’t expect I will ever know what happened to Barney. He may have sustained one too many attacks, he certainly had a great many clashes with the tawny owls that also live here during his […]

Bringing Up Baby: Great Crested Grebe, photo by Robert E Fuller

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Nature is full of curious things. Did you know, for instance, that great crested grebes carry their chicks on their backs and feed them feathers? Grebes are Amazing Animal Parents These water birds make excellent parents. Male and female divide up the role, sharing a clutch between them and carrying the stripy hatchlings piggyback until they can fend for themselves. Grebes Grow up in a Floating Nest They make a floating nest in which they […]


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