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Birds in Art

In this talk Jackie will discuss the different mediums in which she paints (acrylic, watercolours, pencil sketches) and provide an insight into the behind the scenes work on a number of paintings, mainly on birds but also a few other animals and plants.


In this talk Jackie will discuss the different mediums in which she paints (acrylic, watercolours, pencil sketches) and provide an insight into the behind the
scenes work on a number of paintings, mainly on birds but also a few other animals and plants. The first part of the talk is about how wildlife art has changed through the years and how it relates to wildlife conservation. The second part is about her own work, the practicalities of creating images inspired by the natural world and the importance of fieldwork.

Jackie Garner is a professional wildlife artist with her work held in collections in Norway, South Africa, Trinidad and Australia, and has been shown on BBC television. She is the author and main illustrator of The Wildlife Artist's Handbook (The Crowood Press, 2013). Jackie originally concentrated solely on British wildlife art, but four weeks in the Falkland Islands in 2005 led to a reputation for penguin paintings. In 2008 she spent six weeks on a research trip in Egypt which will be the basis of illustrations for a book on the wildlife art of ancient Egypt.

Joint event with the Marylebone Birdwatching Society www.birdsmbs.org.uk.


Speaker(s):

Ms Jackie Garner | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

12 April 2019 at 7:00 pm

Duration:

TBC

 

Venue:

Gospel Oak Methodist Church
Agincourt Road,
London
NW3 2NT


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Organised by:

London Bird Club
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Tickets:

Entrance charge of £5 (£3 for MBS or LNHS members).

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Entrance in Lisburne Road.

Entrance charge of £5 (£3 for MBS or LNHS members). Also note that the MBS entrance fees structure will apply and LNHS members who are not MBS members can pay £3.

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