Reasons to be Cheerful, Part 1

The flag’s been handed over, the torch extinguished, and a palpable air of loss hangs over the country. But all is not lost – there are plenty of reasons to be cheerful in the wildlife art world:

  1. It’s less than a week to Birdfair
  2. Give yourself something to look forward to – how about booking a wildlife art course in Scotland in 2013? http://www.aigas.co.uk/programmes_by_date.asp?intent=details&dateid=341
  3. Go field sketching – the weather’s warm, but not too hot, and you can avoid the showers if you’re careful
  4. Enter the draw to win a signed limited edition print of Heading Home by signing up to my newsletter
  5. Visit an art exhibition in the metropolis now the crowds are gone – http://www.visitlondon.com/events/arts/top-10-exhibitions
  6. If you don’t like the city, check out these top 10 coastal galleries http://www.artfund.org/news/2011/06/29/top-ten-coastal-galleries-and-museums
  7. Buy a National Art Pass and get free entry to over 200 museums, galleries and historic houses http://www.artfund.org/get-involved/buy-a-national-art-pass
  8. Make a date in the diary 9 Oct – 26 Nov British Wildlife Photography Awards exhibition at Nature in Art showing the winners from the latest 2012 competition
  9. Learn a new skill – sign up to an art class http://www.jackiegarner.co.uk/talks.htm
  10. …And you can do all of the above without missing the Olympics!
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About Jackie Garner

Wildlife artist.
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