WELCOME TO THE WEBSITE OF WILDLIFE ARTIST JEREMY PAUL
BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year – Category winner 2010 - 2011 - 2012
Winter Wall – Barn owl now available as a limited edition print (95 copies only)
‘Winter Light’ wins ‘British Wildlife’ in its environment art award at
National Exhibition of Wildlife Art (NEWA) 2015
Winter Light - Now available as a Limited Edition Print
I have the following camera equipment available for sale: See News
Canon 100-400 4.5-5.6 IS USM zoom lens
Canon 50D body
NEW PRINTS AVAILABLE – PLUS FREE POSTAGE
SPECIAL OFFER – ORDER ANY PRINT AND GET A COPY OF JP58 WINTER FISHING ABSOLUTELY FREE
NEW BOOK: WILDLIFE – AN ARTIST’S VIEW NOW AVAILABLE – SEE BOOK/STAMPS
NEW ISLE OF MAN POSTAGE STAMPS
‘Big Cats’ in association with and to celebrate the 40th anniversary of CITES – the International Agreement on Trade in Endangered Species. Issue date September 14th
new ‘stamp prints’ now available
NEW LIMITED EDITION PRINTS NOW AVAILABLE – see Wildlife Art Prints
BBC WILDLIFE ARTIST OF THE YEAR 2011 CATEGORY WINNER – FROZEN PLANET see news
The accurate portrayal of wildlife in its environment is the essence of the wildlife art of Jeremy Paul, an artist whose work is shown in leading galleries. His wildlife paintings are increasingly sought after and is now in collections of wildlife art in the UK, Middle East and North America where he has also exhibited on four times in the prestigious ‘Birds in Art’ at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum.
Wildscape magazine’s Wildlife Artist of the Year in 2008 and BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year Category Winner in 2010 - 2011 – 2012.
He has also been selected for the Exhibition for the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation Artist of the Year 2008-2013
View the galleries of original wildlife paintings and a range of limited edition wildlife art prints of his work as well as some of his much admired postage stamp designs.
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