Dr Jeremy Paul Wildlife Artist
Originally trained as a marine biologist, the essence of the art of Jeremy Paul is the accurate portrayal of wildlife in its environment.
“My aim as a wildlife artist is not merely to illustrate but to impart the atmosphere of the setting and the feel
of the 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.”
He lives on the Isle of Man and has travelled extensively to study wildlife and obtain reference material for paintings, with trips to Africa, India, Madagascar, and the Polar regions.
He has exhibited in the prestigious ‘Birds in Art’ and his paintings are in the permanent collection of The Woodson Art Museum, Wisconsin USA as well as ‘Nature in Art’, Gloucester UK.
His work has been used on postage stamps and a book of his paintings was published in 2013.
BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year – Category Winner 2010, 2011, 2012 National Exhibition of Wildlife Art – British Wildlife Award 2015