Andrew Ellis is a much acclaimed wildlife artist specialising in birds of prey, falconry and African wildlife as well as creating paintings and prints of scenes closer to his home including game birds, moorland scenes and falconry.
Having spent my formative years as a self confessed ‘townie’, the transition to sporting and wildlife artist was not an obvious one. I moved (somewhat reluctantly) to the North Yorkshire countryside four years ago and have fallen in love. I have swapped Louboutins for la wellington boot (which as you can see the ferrets have become quite taken with too!)
Inspired by the natural world, Tom Creates realistic wooden images of all manner of birds, animals and flowers using a technique known as Intarsia which he has taught himself from the age of fourteen. Tom’s work has been featured in Craft & Design Magazine, was included in the catalogue of the David Shepherd Wildlife foundation Wildlife Artist of the Year 2014.