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Spring Time III
by Sue Payton
Original painting on stretched canvas
Image size: 24 x 24 inches
Sue has won awards for her paintings from both the Association of Animal Artist exhibitions and the National Exhibition of Wildlife Art.
Award winning wildlife artist Sue Payton tries to capture both texture and light in her paintings. After a number of years painting local Shropshire landscapes in watercolour and pastels, Sue took up painting in oils. At about the same time, she started to paint wildlife and immediately became hooked. While she still paints the occasional landscape, she has painted mostly wildlife since 2013. She often finds herself drawn to paint endangered mammals, especially carnivores such as big cats, African wild dogs and wolves. Many of her paintings are detailed portraits, as she loves to capture the eyes and the texture of the fur. Sue has won awards for her paintings from both the Association of Animal Artist exhibitions and the National Exhibition of Wildlife Art.
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