Over the weekend of the 27th - 29th July there will be an opportunity to see (and purchase) ten of Andrew's original paintings as he takes part in a three-day exhibition alongside many of the country's leading wildlife artists.
Among the artworks Andrew will have on show is this painting of a weasel.
The show is held at the light and spacious gallery space in Goredale Garden Centre, Chester High Road (A540), Burton, South Wirral, CH64 8TF and is open from 9.30am - 6.00pm on Friday and Saturday, 11.00am - 5.00pm on Sunday.
But if you can't get along then don't despair. There will be an online exhibition at www.ewa-uk.com where you can view and purchase all the artists paintings.
To celebrate 150 years of the Jersey Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Andrew has been commissioned by the Jersey Post to produce a set of postage stamps.
Each stamp represents a different aspect of the society's invaluable work as well as celebrating the work of their volunteer helpers. Published on the 25th May, they will be available for 2 years and can be purchased direct from:
Andrew recently scooped three awards at the annual exhibition of The Hilliard Society of Miniaturists including the prestigious "Best in Show". His painting of a red squirrel (just 128mm x 94mm) took all three prizes - a great honour considering the excellent standard of the other entires.
Andrew's paintings, alongside all the other entries, can be seen (and purchased) in an online gallery at:
We'd like to apologise to anyone hoping to see Andrew's exhibition starting this weekend at RSPB Saltholme on Teesside. Unfortunately the bad weather has made it difficult to get over the moors to set it up - we hope to remedy this early next week.
In the meantime why not check out the new limited edition prints on our gallery page - among them this striking Roe Deer Buck.
From 3rd March there will be an opportunity to see an exhibition of Andrew's work on Teesside at the RSPB's Saltholme reserve (SATNAV: TS2 1TU). This will continue throughout March and April and will feature a mixture of original paintings and limited edition prints reflecting the wildlife of the reserve, including this new print of a barn owl called "Across the Marishes" (above).
What about this as a beautiful tea caddy as a Christmas present for the dog-lover in your family?
Andrew was asked by luxury tea producers Newby Teas to produce an illustration featuring four breeds of dog (a Pekinese, a Char Pei, a Chow Chow and a Husky). These were to represent the four seasons and used to decorate a special limited edition tea caddy celebrating 2018, the Chinese Year of the Dog. The caddies are not available through Andrew however they can be purchased at:- www.newbyteas.co.uk/loose-leaf-tea/christmas/year-of-the-dog-tea-caddy.
If you would like to see the original artwork Andrew produced of the dogs it will be among many of his paintings on show at Sunnyfield House, Westgate, Guisborough TS14 6BA on Saturday 11th November (10.00a.m. - 4.00p.m.). As well as original paintings of wildlife and countryside subjects there will be a wide range of limited edition prints and cards on sale. Admission is free.
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After the success of last year's tins Andrew has once again produced these two beautiful new shortbread tins for Marks and Spencer's Christmas range - available in stores now.
And if you want to see more of Andrew's work make a note in your diary as he will be holding his one-day exhibition at Sunnyfield House, Westgate, Guisborough TS14 6BA on Saturday 11th November (10.00a.m. - 4.00p.m.). As well as original paintings of wildlife and countryside subjects there will be a wide range of limited edition prints and cards on sale. Admission is free.
Enquiries (01751) 430637
Take a chance to see the above paintings of Andrew's at a three-day exhibition being held at Goredale Garden Centre (CH64 8TF) on the Wirral 28th - 30th July. The exhibition will feature the work of many of the country's leading wildlife artists and is open daily 9.30am - 6.00pm; Sunday 11.00am - 5.00pm. Admission is free.
If you cannot get along there however take a look online at www.ewa-uk.com as you can view and buy all the paintings online.
A big "Thank You" to all who made the Guisborough exhibition such a great success. For those who couldn't come along here is a chance to see our new limited edition prints. (Also available on the Gallery page).
Wildlife artist and naturalist