Let’s start with the best locations where a wildlife artist can get the maximum inspiration. Gunung Leuser National Park, Indonesia: Covering an area of 7,927 km, Gunung Leuser National Park is another National Park which has gained a lot of recognition by the people. This exotic national park is named after Mount Leuse. This park is gives you a chance to spot some of the rare and exotic species of this region. So, get ready with your lenses as you will get to see a whole new world of wildlife. You will also find here some rare plants which are not usually found in any other regions of the world.
Madagascar: Madagascar’s national parks are famed for their incredible biodiversity. There are over 33 species of lemur on the island, all of them sadly endangered, and while seeking them out you may also find colourful butterflies and a host of reptiles including toothy crocodiles. You’ll practice twilight and nocturnal shooting, and there will also be the opportunity to take portraits and streetscapes in cities such as Antsirabe.
The painting is entitled “DON’T WALK, WALK!”. Completed in May of 2012, using acrylic paints, it depicts an inquisitive Grevy’s Zebra from a herd at Chester Zoo. The image is based upon my own digital photograph. It is professionally framed to exhibition standards with a solid natural beech frame. The entire piece measures 2′ (63cm) wide by 3′ (92cm) high. Due to it’s size and that its framed with glass, this painting is only available for collection. Find extra details on Wildlife Original Paintings.
My new supplier going forward is a UK based company that focuses on minimising their impact on the environment, and aims to guide and influence their customers into making eco-friendly choices for their printing. Through this, I am now able to offer products that: were produced by a waterless and chemical free printer; are supplied in only recycled boxes with biodegradable eco-flo packaging as an alternative to polyester ‘peanuts’; contain only 100% recycled paper or paper from sustainably managed forests; use Carbon Offset papers and printed with vegetable oil based inks; and produced by people who recycle 100% of their printing generated waste with none going to landfill!
?In my artwork, I try to focus on capturing the expressions or emotions of an individual. My new course is both fascinating and enlightening, as it has enabled me to develop a deeper understanding of the animals I love to paint and draw. Giraffes are highly sociable and very interested in what we are up to, especially when it involves food! Over the past seven years, I have exhibited my work and entered into recognised competitions within the UK. Discover additional info on https://www.vlgstudios.com/.