Robert E Fuller Wildlife Artist Blog

Tag: stoat studies

stoat study

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A stoat scampers across the decking outside my studio and pauses at the patio door. She stands on her hind legs to press a delicate five-digit paw against the glass. Our eyes connect momentarily. I know this wild individual well. Her name is Bandita and at the time of writing her portrait sits on my easel, awaiting the final touches. As Bandita slips away, I follow her movements via a bank of monitors next to […]

Photograph: Wildlife Artist and Photographer Robert E Fuller with a Stoat

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The Wonderful World of Weasels and Stoats More is known about the habits of snow leopards than of weasels and stoats, so as a wildlife artist and photographer I created a haven in my garden in order to capture their magical, brutal lives. Here’s what I found…. Photograph: Weasel among pink saxifrage Untrustworthy, sly and vicious: the negative characteristics of weasels and stoats can be traced back to ancient times. Back then these tiny carnivores […]

stoat art

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Stunning Paintings Of Stoats and Weasels This remarkable collection is the result of a five-year intensive study This collection of paintings follows a five-year intensive study into the secret worlds of the miniature mustelids living in my garden. Click here for an online viewing of the collection My in-depth research into the lives of these common, but little-known, species involved a complex network of surveillance cameras hidden in the shrubbery. It was inspired by a […]


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