Exhibitions and Events
I show my
work at public wildlife art exhibitions throughout the year
and in between, studio visits can be arranged. It's been a busy
spring and summer, and now gearing up for the autum and winter.
My week-long wildlife art course at beautiful Aigas in Scotland
is almost fully booked (one space left!) and I'll soon have
to figure out what to submit for the wonderful eclectic Lloyd's
Art Group annual exhibition. And Stroud Opens Studios - Winter
event. Find out more about these and others on my Events
on, you know you want to!
I'm often struck by
how many people want to take up art, but for some reason, they
don't quite get to it. Maybe lack of time, lack of confidence,
or just needing a nudge at the right time. It's such a shame
when painting and drawing is easily affordable for the beginner,
there are ample classes around and books on the subject abound.
The rewards are amazing - the satisfaction of creating something,
networking with like-minded people at classes and increased
creativity as you progress.
Go on, give
it a try!
- wildlife artists' paradise
For over 30 years,
Aigas has been offering fully inclusive, small-group learning
holidays and study courses exploring the stunning wildlife,
habitats and landscapes of the Scottish Highlands and Islands.
It's a glorious place and fully deserves its global reputation.
It's perfect for a wildlife art course - think pine marten,
badger and beaver, eagles and red squirrels all set among mountains,
glens, lochs, forest and coast. Tempted...? Just one place on
my course left...