Wildlife artist to return to source of inspiration for latest exhibition

PUBLISHED: 17:32 25 July 2018

Close Encounters - Otter  by Paul Dyson Picture: PAUL DYSON

Close Encounters - Otter by Paul Dyson Picture: PAUL DYSON


A renowned wildlife artist will return to the Suffolk nature reserve that inspired many of his paintings to host a free exhibition.

Paul Dyson will be in daily residence during the exhibition, which runs from August 3-5, at RSPB Minsmere’s Discovery Centre.

Dyson, who has won five national awards and an increasing following for his British bird images, which have been reproduced for RSPB merchandise, will be exhibiting his latest watercolour paintings.

“It’s always a pleasure to return to Minsmere and see the wildlife, which has inspired many of my paintings,” he said.

Visitors to the exhibition will new paintings from the artist’s recent trip in the UK and abroad.

A range of gifts and greeting cars will also be available to buy and a percentage of sales will be donated for conservation projects at the nature reserve.

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