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Bird prints for sale

Limited Edition prints

I have released the first 3 drawings on this page as Limited Edition Fine Art Giclee prints. 

Just 50 of each will be printed and after that number has been reached each file will be deleted and the print run will no longer be available.

These are not your ordinary inkjet print. Instead they are professionally printed with archival pigment inks that will last a lifetime. The paper they are printed on has been carefully chosen and is thick and slightly textured. 

Each print is numbered and signed, before being packed, along with a Certificate of Authenticity, and sent off to you with loving care by first class, "signed for" mail. 


Barn Owl print - limited edition of 50

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Size: 10 x 12 inches (25 x 30cm)
plus a 1 inch border all round

My first Limited Edition print is from an original Barn Owl coloured pencil drawing, based on one of my own wildlife photographs. One of my favourite birds, they are regularly seen hunting the fields at one of my local nature reserves. 

Even though at first glance it appears that he has a white chest and facial disk there are actually a wide variety of colours in those feathers, including blues, greens, pinks and yellows!



Tawny Owl print - limited edition of 50

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Size: 10 x 12 inches (25 x 30cm)
plus a 1 inch border all round

After the popularity of the first owl, I also drew a Tawny Owl. Many of my collectors chose to buy this as a partner for the Barn Owl. 

This was a more complex drawing, with a multitude of colours being built up in layers to create those feather patterns. The wooden stump was also an interesting challenge.



Puffin - limited edition of 50

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Size: 10 x 12 inches (25 x 30cm)
plus a 1 inch border all round

One of my long time dreams had been to see Puffins in the wild and photograph them. I got my chance when we visited the Farne Islands in Northumberland in 2019.

Luckily, before leaving home we had booked our boat trip for the Monday. As it turned out the weather for the rest of the week was atrocious, making further sailings impossible. 

I was able to get within a few feet of this bird, returning to its burrow with a beak full of sand eels. What a wonderful experience it was! One that I just had to capture in pencils. 



Cheerful Robin

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10 x 8 inches (25 x 20cm approx)

Wildlife photography is not always a comfortable experience! I photographed this cheeky fellow on a very cold, frosty day near a local lake. I was all bundled up in coat, hat and fingerless gloves, but the robin did not seem to mind the weather. He fluffed up his feathers and sang out loud. He seemed so happy that I couldn't resist drawing his portrait.