Biography

I don’t know why I have this all encompassing desire to paint wildlife….to be a wildlife artist…. perhaps I will never know, but when I am painting, then nothing else exists.

I am right back at the scene where I first saw my subject.
 

 

Back with the lions of the dry savannah of Savuti and the elephants in the lush vegetation of the Okavango Delta…… It’s almost as if time stands still as I relive my memories through painting….

Just a little about me …..

I am a Professional wildlife artist, living in the united kingdom. I regularly exhibit in the Juried National exhibition of wildlife art, Marwell international art exhibition and the Society of wildlife art exhibition.

I have most recently been made a signature member of the Worldwide Nature Artists Group – WNAG.

I have two great websites for you to enjoy

Learn to Paint Wildife – Lots of FREE tutorials and tips = much more 🙂

Wildlife Art Gallery – If your looking for unique wildlife art then this is the place for you 🙂

Thanks for visiting 🙂

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19 Responses to Biography

  1. Dear Jason,
    I am the CEO of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International based in Atlanta, Georgia USA. We were founded by Dr. Dian Fossey in 1978 and still operate the Karisoke Research Center in Rwanda. We even still have some original employees hired by Dian. They are incredible men who have worked for us for more than 30 years.
    We have an amazing new film by Tigress Films for BBC about to be released in October 2008. It shows the story of Titus, an infant when Dian first saw him and now a very handsome silverback. It is because of the unique 40 year data base, monitoring the same gorilla groups al these years that we were able to provide this wonderful life history of a gorilla for Tigress and then have our researchers and trackers lead them into the forest to film.

    On September 12th. 2008 we will be having a premiere viewing of the film Titus: “The Gorilla King” at the BAFTA theatre in London. We will also have a silent auction and would be very happy if you would consider donating one of your great wildlife art pieces to help us raise funds.
    I’d be happy to talk to you or send you more information if you let me know your contact details.
    Hoping to hear from you soon,

    Clare Richardson
    President & CEO
    The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International
    http://www.gorillafund.org
    Helping People, Saving Gorillas

    crichardson@gorillafund.org
    404-624-5950 (office)
    404-405-8141 (cell)

  2. Your wildlife paintings are wonderful! Keep up the good work! Very talented!

  3. Sibylle says:

    beautiful work and a very informative blog….keep it up.

    I never knew much about wildlife artists but have this week been in touch with a few including a couple drawing and painting snow leopards. Apart from creating magnificent works you are all also helping raise awareness of the fragility of many species we share our earth with.

    You may be interested in wildlife artist Martin Aveling’s snow leopard cub drawing.

    http://snowleopardblog.com/2009/09/20/wildlife-artist-martin-avelings-beautiful-snow-leopard/

  4. Evan Islam says:

    Dude… awesome work… Your site is very cool… I’d like to see more break down of work. Maybe some tutorials… how to draw a realistic tiger… your techniques are cool.

  5. Concerned Follower says:

    I’m concerned that someone is claiming your artwork as their own. She has the original copyrighted version in one picture and the other has your copyright cropped out of the image and “Debs Pics” written across the bottom right hand corner. I am concerned that this person is trying to take credit for your work. I have provided a link below: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=994229&id=1032362935

  6. Paulo Meehan says:

    Dear Jason,I am the CEO of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International based in Atlanta, Georgia USA. We were founded by Dr. Dian Fossey in 1978 and still operate the Karisoke Research Center in Rwanda. We even still have some original employees hired by Dian. They are incredible men who have worked for us for more than 30 years.We have an amazing new film by Tigress Films for BBC about to be released in October 2008. It shows the story of Titus, an infant when Dian first saw him and now a very handsome silverback. It is because of the unique 40 year data base, monitoring the same gorilla groups al these years that we were able to provide this wonderful life history of a gorilla for Tigress and then have our researchers and trackers lead them into the forest to film.
    +1

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    Been doing quite a lot of study for my local school assignment and thought this infomation might be usefull. I will come back in the next couple of weeks and see what else has been added on the topic.Cheers

  9. Walesca says:

    You are extremely talented and have a fan in me for life. I look forward to seeing more of your silver back art, they are amazing!

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