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Ashley Boon

Ashley Boon sold his first painting at 14, 47 years ago, and has been working as a wildlife artist ever since graduating from art college. Fascinated by the natural world from a young age, he was, “reading Gerald Durrell when everyone else was reading Biggles”. His passion is birds and as a lifelong bird watcher his knowledge of their anatomy, behaviour and ecology comes through in his art. Ashley takes inspiration from his home on the fells of north west Cumbria, where he has seen 106 bird species from his home, the most recent visitor being a waxwing. He said, “"I am so lucky to have access to nearby grouse moors where I can find a huge variety of birds...

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Ian Greensitt

Sculptor Ian Greensitt creates stunning limited edition Bronze sculptures of game birds and game fish, much sought after worldwide. Using the lost wax method of bronzing, no two bronzes are exactly the same, with each piece having its own unique patina colouration. Ian creates his sculptures from his Northumberland studio, close to the Northumbrian moorlands and rivers, where he is able to observe and study his subjects in their natural environment. Sculpture is his passion, but he also creates drawings studying his subject and then catching its movement and 'life' on paper using graphite pencils. His Venetian red drawings use technical pens to capture the image giving a more defined and dramatic representation of the subject.

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