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 wildlife paintings are increasingly sought after and are now in collections in the UK, Middle East and North America where he has also exhibited four times in the prestigious ‘Birds in Art’.
He has travelled extensively in India, Africa, North America and most recently, Antarctica and the Arctic. He has had many one-man exhibitions. His work is in the collection of ‘Nature in Art’, the International Centre for Wildlife Art Gloucester, UK and has also been used on postage stamps for the Isle of Man.
BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year 2010 – British mammals category winner.
Wildscape Magazine’s artist of the year 2008.
BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year 2011 – Category Winner (Frozen Planet)