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Brin Edwards SWLA

Brin Edwards is a professional wildlife artist working from a straw bale studio in his garden. It is a most idyllic location, teeming with wildlife as you would expect. As well as painting full time. Brin also contributes illustrations and images to various publications on wildlife. We shall new work from Brin for our Christmas exhibition which opens on 3rd November.

We shall have lots of new paintings from Brin in the autumn ready for our Christmas exhibition which opens on 3rd November. If you are seeking a particular subject before then, do get in touch and we will happily try to source a solution for you.

Card. Tufted Duck and Yellow Waterlillies by Brin Edwards SWLA

Tufted Duck and Yellow Water Lillies

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Card. Two Avocets and a Dunlin by Brin Edwards SWLA

Two Avocets and a Dunlin

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£2.50 not including shipping


Card by Brin Edwards. Lapwing

Lapwing

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Brin Edwards SWLA

Born in 1957 I have always been fascinated by the natural world and have had a compulsion to draw and paint wildlife for as long as I can remember. My interest in birds probably dates from my early childhood spent in Singapore where I was captivated by the colourful tropical species in our back garden. Back in the UK I also recall meeting Peter Scott at the Slimbridge Wildfowl Trust when I was about ten years old and his encouraging words for my ham¬fisted attempt to capture the likeness of a flamingo in crayons stay with me to this day. I went on to study Biology and Ecology at University and graduated with vague ideas of a career in scientific research. However I soon realised that I was much more interested in the way the natural world looks than in any theories about how it worked.

I gradually started to get my illustrations published and built up a folio of work for a variety of UK and European book and magazine publishers. In recent years I have developed a more personal and expressive way of depicting the natural world in my oil paintings. This looser and atmospheric approach acts as a kind of antidote to the precision of my illustration work.

I am very fortunate to live and work in the beautiful Suffolk countryside and much of the inspiration for my paintings comes from close to home. In 2008 I completed a purpose built straw bale studio which is a truly inspiring work space as well as a classroom for my teaching. I became a member of the Society of Wildlife Artists in 2006 and exhibit regularly as part of the group.

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