Wildlife Art Exhibition
Painting by Paul Dyson: Bittern – ‘Boom’

A Wildlife Art Exhibition will be taking place at RSPB Minsmere nature reserve’s Discovery Centre, from Friday 24th – Monday 27th May 2019, open from 9.00am-5pm.

Entry to the exhibition is free.   (Normal entry fees to RSPB Minsmere nature reserve apply).

Renowned wildlife artist Paul Dyson will be exhibiting his latest work of 14 new watercolour paintings, including those featuring birds that can be seen at RSPB Minsmere.  The artist also has three new limited edition prints of a Kingfisher, Puffins and Waxwings, as well as greeting cards featuring 10 new images from the artist’s recent trips in the UK and abroad. A percentage from all sales will be donated for conservation projects at RSPB Minsmere nature reserve. The acclaimed artist has won five national awards and gained increasing popularity and success through his British bird images reproduced for RSPB merchandise.

Paintings by Paul Dyson: Great Crested Grebe – ‘It must be Spring’

Paul Dyson, who will be in daily residence at the exhibition, said:  “Minsmere is always a highlight of the year and a pleasure to be associated with, so I am looking forward to exhibiting my latest work at the Discovery Centre.”

For more details about the exhibition and further information about visiting RSPB Minsmere, see: www.rspb.org.uk/minsmere

To view Paul Dyson’s paintings and find out about other 2019 exhibition dates visit: www.pauldysonart.com

Paintings by Paul Dyson: Avocet – ‘Light Footed’


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 22 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.

From his travels abroad and in the UK, he has produced over 90 limited-edition prints of some of the world’s most popular wildlife.   He has worked on international-selling art books for a top London publisher, and has had his bird paintings featured in a RNLI calendar.  Through his work, Paul is able to contribute towards animal and environmental conservation.


In 2016, RSPB chose 13 of Paul Dyson’s images to be reproduced for prints and other merchandise for its online shop.   The merchandise has been popular with visitors to the website, resulting in successful sales of these items.


Madagascar: Paul visited Madagascar last year to see the spectacular endemic species, including the highly endangered Lemurs.

Later in the year he visited the Isle of Arran to observe Otters, Golden Eagles and Hen Harriers.


Visiting different locations in the UK and the world provides exciting new references for his paintings.

He will be travelling to Majorca for bird-watching, climbing Gondogoro Peak in Pakistan – a remote area where signs of Snow Leopards are regularly found.    He is also travelling to Costa Rica to see the exotic wildlife.

His UK travels to search for British wildlife will include locations in Scotland, Wales, Derbyshie, Suffolk and his local area in Nottinghamshire


RSPB Minsmere Nature Reserve at its Discovery Centre: 2nd – 4th August.

Attenborough Nature Reserve: 19th – 22nd April and 24th – 26th August.



The RSPB is the country’s largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home.   Together, with its partners, the RSPB protects threatened birds and wildlife so UK towns, coast and countryside will teem with life once again.   The RSPB plays a leading role in BirdLife International, a worldwide partnership of nature conservation organisations.

Paintings by Paul Dyson:

Great Crested Grebe – ‘It must be Spring’

Bittern – ‘Boom’

Avocet – ‘Light Footed’