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Bringing Up Baby

Bringing Up Baby

The Robert Fuller Gallery

See paintings, photographs and prints of British wildlife rearing young. Bringing Up Baby is a new art exhibition by artist Robert E Fuller about how different species bring up their broods.

From clucky ducks to pushy owls, this new series of paintings by Yorkshire artist Robert E Fuller reveals the wildly different ways animals bring up their broods. Painted in a precise, realistic style, this new art range is stunning. Visitors to this beamed gallery high on the Yorkshire Wolds also get an exclusive preview into how artist Robert E Fuller works and access to his research media which includes photographs and video. Expect to see directly into the secret worlds of garden birds, owls, weasels and stoats via TV screens streaming live footage from cameras hidden in their nests. Watch how they cope with daily parenting challenges - from messy mealtimes to sibling rivalry and follow the video clips that have informed Robert E Fuller's new collection of paintings. All these are on show alongside the artist's photographic studies of the different parenting styles of animals. Birdwatching walks and kids safaris to see owl chicks also accompany the exhibition.

Category: Arts.

Artist / Speaker: Robert E Fuller.

Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/124883-0

Information

The Robert Fuller Gallery

Fotherdale Farm, Malton
North Yorkshire
YO17 9LS

Contact Details

Tel: +44 1759 368355
Email: mail@robertefuller.com
Event Cost: Admission - GBP 0.00.


Dates

From 2017-06-22 - 2017-06-25

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