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Scroll down to see my collection of badger paintings. Many of the animals featured are actually portraits of individual badgers I watch at a wild badger sett near my home and art gallery in North Yorkshire. I visit this sett every evening and have got to know these individuals well, some of them  even have names. Click here to read about these badgers Badger on Lookout This badger painting is one of my most popular […]

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puffin painting of the week

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Welcome to your weekly update of all my latest wildlife paintings. I spend many hours watching wildlife in its natural habitat in order to capture the individual character of each of my animal subjects. Enjoy! Click here to meet the wildlife models that inspire these paintings November 21st, 2020 Puffins Painting of the Week This week’s painting is a throwback to the summer before lockdown when I spent a happy day at Bempton Cliffs watching […]

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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Revealing the underground world of kingfishers It’s mid-January and I’m wading thigh-high through a stream looking for kingfishers. Minnows dart before each footstep. I hear a faint high-pitched peeping sound ahead and slow my pace. A flash of orange and cobalt blue whizzes by. As an artist, I find the vivid pallet of kingfishers irresistible and I have often painted them. Over the years I’ve learned a lot about their behaviour, but I’ve always longed […]

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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 August 2020 European Bear Wildlife Painting of the Week Bears only emerge from thick forests at night, when they venture into clearings to forage […]

Otter painting by Robert E Fuller

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Paintings Inspired by Otters Otters are so secretive, watching them for my paintings can often be tricky. Over the years I’ve learned how to track them in the wild in order to study them up close. The following paintings were inspired by these encounters. For the painting above I used acrylics paints, applying my brushstrokes in layers in order to get across the thick, damp fur of this otter. I was pleased with the composition. […]

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Electric blue and accented in bright orange, kingfishers are undoubtedly Britain’s most striking birds. This art collection follows an intensive study of their behaviour, during which I filmed kingfisher chicks inside their underground nests.   Paintings Inspired by Kingfishers The sight of a kingfisher is often no more than a fleeting flash of blue as it darts along a riverbank and so in order to study this bird closely for this collection of detailed paintings, […]

9 natural treasures

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Capturing the Glance of a Peregrine in Paint | My Painting Story This is the story of a new original acrylic painting inspired by watching peregrine falcons on live nest cameras at Salt End Chemical Park in Hull. Footage from this camera is streamed via wifi to my art studio more than 50 miles away and over the years I have watched the story unfold as this formidable peregrine pair raise three generations of chicks […]

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My collection of penguin paintings are the result of an intrepid journey to the Antarctic. I spent five weeks navigating from the Falkland Islands to South Georgia and the Antarctic Peninsula on a Russian ice-breaker. We were battered by force 12 winds, 10 metre high waves and sub-zero temperatures, but, thankfully, not being the sort of person who suffers from seasickness, these extreme conditions made the trip all the more exciting. Antarctica is an incredible […]

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