Robbie Graham is one of the UK's finest wildlife artists. Robbie has, for a number of years, had a passion for wildlife and conservation and has raised over £10,000 in support of big cats both in the UK and abroad.
Robbie's painting The Splash was a finalist in The National Exhibition Wildlife Art 2015. 'Best British Wildlife'. Robbies painting 'Two For Joy' has been chosen for the poster and marketing on this years National Exhibition Of Wildlife Art. Robbie is a current finalist in this years David Shepherd Wildlife Artist Of The Year.
His paintings can be seen in books, magazines and collections worldwide. Robbie was selected as one of only five hundred worldwide artists from twenty seven countries to become a member of Artists for Conservation.
As a featured artist for the internationally acclaimed art suppliers Daler-Rowney, Robbie uses all painting mediums, but he prefers using acrylics when painting wildlife.
Robbie is renowned for paying meticulous attention to the smallest of details when completing his photo-realistic wildlife paintings and he is able to create a connection between the observer and the subject of the painting.
As a keen photographer and an active conservationist, Robbie travels extensively to obtain his own reference photographs. His most recent expedition was to Borneo where he studied Orangutans and other endangered wildlife. Robbie spends a great deal of time getting to understand the subject of his paintings.
Robbie’s ability to capture the true spirit of wildlife has ensured his paintings continue to be sought after by collectors worldwide.
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