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Society of Wildlife Artists 50th Anniversary Exhibition

This week is Private View week. You know how it is, none for ages and then two come along together. Today it’s the Lloyd’s Art Group exhibition, where I’m exhibiting seven works. This is my first year with the group, … Continue reading

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How Can I Prove My Inspiration Is My Own?

Yesterday I posted my latest painting (still a work in progress) on my Facebook page and, as I’m thinking of making some canvas prints, I asked for comments. The first comment I received was from a photographer: “I think you … Continue reading

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National Exhibition of Wildlife Art Review

Wildlife artists, professional or amateur, this one’s for you: I’ve just written a guest post about my NEWA experience for the Artist Competitions blog. It’s not a review of the exhibition images, but rather a look at the experience of entering from … Continue reading

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“So how long does it take….?”

One of the questions I can guarantee to be asked when I’m doing a demonstration or at an event is “How long does it take to produce a wildlife painting?”.   Of course there’s no exact answer: each painting has it’s own difficulties that … Continue reading

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