With the SOC exhibition now finished and the gallery walls well-stocked with lots of fresh work, I've managed to spend a bit of time making some new pieces. I don't get the opportunity to work in oils much during the year as the drying times can be a problem regarding hanging and/or packing, but I adore the medium. So, I'm getting out the fat tubes and big brushes and seeing where this particular road takes me . . . .
. . . here's a few from the past couple of weeks;
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Born and raised in a small rural village in South Yorkshire.
Graduated with a Ba(hons) in 1986.
Shortlisted for the Young European Bird Artist of the Year, 1991.
Winner of Wildscape Magazine's Wildlife Artist of the Year 2008 - editor's category.
Winner of World Birds category, BBC Wildlife Magazine Wildlife Artist of the Year, 2010.
Won the PJC award for Drawing at the Society of Wildlife Artists Annual Exhibition, 2010.
Winner Birdwatch / Swarovski Artist of the Year, 2011.
Elected Associate Member Society of Wildlife Artists, 2011.
Writes and illustrates articles on birdwatching and general wildlife and country issues.
Author of Drawing & Painting Birds - The Crowood Press, 2010.
Lives in Orkney.