Wildlife Art Exhibition Photo: ‘Well Hidden’ A Bittern at Island Mere Hide, RSPB Minsmere Reserve


A four-day Wildlife Art Exhibition will be taking place at RSPB Minsmere Reserve’s Discovery Centre, from Friday, 15th April – Monday 18th April 2016, open from 9.00 am to 5 pm.   

Come along and meet award-winning wildlife artist, Paul Dyson, who will be in attendance over the four days at the Discovery Centre to exhibit his latest paintings of British wildlife.   Visitors will be able to enjoy viewing framed and unframed paintings and prints – many featuring RSPB Minsmere Reserve – as well as gifts and greeting cards that are available to purchase.

Entry to the exhibition is free.   (Normal entry fees to RSPB Minsmere Reserve apply).  A percentage from sales of paintings, prints, cards and gifts, will also go to RSPB Minsmere conservation projects.  For more information about the exhibition, visit: www.rspb.org.uk/minsmere

To view Paul Dyson’s paintings and find out about his 2015 exhibition dates visit: www.pauldysonart.com

Paul Dyson said:  “I am thrilled to be returning to RSPB Minsmere.   Many of my paintings have been inspired by my visits to the Reserve observing some of the UK’s most popular birds.”

Header Photo: ‘Well Hidden’ A Bittern at Island Mere Hide, RSPB Minsmere Reserve


Paul Dyson has won five national awards.  All his paintings are inspired by his own personal experiences in the wild and every painting has a story behind them.

He studied Art & Design at Mansfield College of Art, taking up a career in Graphic Design and finally taking the plunge to work full-time on his wildlife & wilderness paintings 18 years ago.  Meticulous observation and research have always been a priority for Paul, taking him to many beautiful and remote areas of the world: from watching tigers in India, camping in the wild to see the dramatic wildlife of East Africa and searching for snow leopards in the Himalaya.  Paul has received considerable public recognition through exhibitions nationally. Paul has over 90 limited-edition prints.  Six of his bird paintings have been chosen by the RSPB for prints and the RNLI has also used the artist’s bird paintings for calendars.  He has also worked on international-selling art books for a top London publisher.  Through his work, Paul is able to contribute towards animal and environmental conservation.     

Paul Dyson travelled to Okavango Delta in Botswana last year for a spectacular wildlife trip to see Leopards, Cheetahs, Lions, Elephants and amazing bird life.

In November, he attempted to climb Mera Peak in the Nepalese Himalaya at 21,250 ft (6,500m), but due to weather conditions, had to turn back within 250ft of the peak.

The artist also travelled Yorkshire to RSPB’s Bempton Cliffs to observe seabirds, and also Hatfield Moors in search of Adders and Grass Snakes.

This year, Paul Dyson will be visiting Dingle in Ireland, Aberdovey Valley in Wales for bird-watching.

His plans also include a trip to Borneo and an attempt to climb the highest mountain in Mongolia.

His favourite haunts will also be on the list – Minsmere RSPB Reserve and Attenborough Nature Reserve (Wildlife Trust).



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