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Studley Royal Stag by Robert E Fuller

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…….THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW ENDED…….       Win A Wildlife Art Print ‘Studley Royal Stag’ | Framed Limited Edition Print | Giveaway     I’m giving away this framed limited edition print featuring a red stag ankle-deep in snow to celebrate my new exhibition: Natural Treasures. Worth £150, I painted this after watching stags at Studley Royal Park in North Yorkshire.    TO ENTER THE COMPETITION TYPE YOUR EMAIL IN THE BOX BELOW * […]

wildlife art exhibition nunnington hall

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A collection of my paintings goes on show at Nunnington Hall near Helmsley North Yorkshire on Saturday until November 3rd. The exhibition, ‘Wildlife on the Yorkshire Wolds’, tells the story of the kestrels, weasels, stoats, badgers and owls I watch at my home in Thixendale. My wildlife films, taken from cameras hidden in my garden, and stories of my animal observations will be on show alongside the artwork. Nunnington Hall has a long tradition of […]

painting for exhibition of natural treasures

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Natural Treasures: The Best of British Wildlife in Art The Robert Fuller Gallery | November 9th-Dec 1st I’m celebrating the very best of British wildlife with an exhibition of paintings, prints, photographs, and short films of wildlife from around the Uk.  Red stags spotted in Scotland, squirrels seen in Wales, and kestrels, badgers, and owls observed in my own garden in Yorkshire are among the paintings of natural treasures on show. I’ve painted all my […]

wildlife painting of the week

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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 […]

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12 years ago wildlife artist Robert E Fuller planted a small copse to encourage the wildlife he paints. Now the tiny ‘forest’ is home to owls, foxes, hawks & badgers and the inspiration behind a new exhibition of paintings of woodland wildlife.   I’ve loved walking through woods ever since I was a child. You can’t beat the beauty of ash woodland in spring. These magnificent trees are one of the last to get their […]

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I’ve been very busy gearing up for my Christmas exhibition, which runs at my gallery in Thixendale, North Yorkshire, between November 4th-26th.  This year I’m planning to show a new collection of paintings featuring wild creatures posed against a winter-white backdrop. Foxes diving into deep snow drifts, hares warming in the winter sun and a kingfisher perched on a frosted branch are just some of the new winter wildlife paintings I plan to show. Painted in my […]

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I like to think there is a reciprocal relationship between my conservation work and my paintings – I do a creature a good turn and it helps me out by posing for its portrait. Never was this truer than when I painted this hedgehog – the limited edition print will be on show alongside a new collection of paintings of endangered species at my gallery between November 7th-29th. Up until then, I had never painted this […]

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My Winter Art Exhibition is now over and this week I’ve been wrapping up the original paintings that have been sold ready to go to their new owners. These include the above painting which I named ‘Mallards and Lady’ and  the more summery image of hares in harebells below. Of course it’s nice to sell a painting, but I always feel a bit of a pang when they go. These puffins and the seagull below […]

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I came across this barn owl chick on a road side this week. Poor thing had fallen out of its nest and was desperately flapping away to no effect! I stopped and put it back in its nest with its siblings – all members of a late brood. This long warm spell we are currently enjoying has meant that some barn owl pairs have been able to go on to have second broods  -which is […]

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Now that my exhibition is finally underway,  I can put down my paintbrushes and at last begin the series of blog posts on my trip to the Galapagos I promised. I saw so much that took my breath away it is difficult to know where to start but on reflection I think the above portrait in acrylic paint of the giant tortoise, Super Diego, ought to headline my Galapagos blog series. Super Diego’s story is […]

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