The Artist

"“My aim as a wildlife artist is not merely to illustrate but to impart the atmosphere of the setting and the feel of wildlife in its natural environment. I spend many hours in the field observing wildlife and looking for settings and lighting to inspire an idea for a painting. My greatest thrill so far has been following tigers in the wild and helping raise funds for their conservation through my paintings.” "
Portrait of artist  | Member of Artists for Conservation

The accurate portrayal of wildlife in its environment is the essence of the art of Jeremy Paul, an artist whose work is shown in leading galleries. His work has been selected seven times for 'Birds in Art' and is in the permanent collection of ‘Nature in Art’.
He was BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year – category winner in 2010 – 2011 - 2012, and Wildscape Magazine's Wildlife Artist Of The Year in 2008.

Recent Artwork