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Wildlife Exhibition opens at Ness

The exhibition of Clare Shaughnessy's work is on display in the Visitor Centre from Sunday 13th until Sunday 20th November.

Your chance to see a range of painting from internationally acclaimed wildlife artist Clare Shaughnessy who works in a variety of mediums - oils, acrylics, watercolour or, probably most often, coloured pencil.

Clare says of her work, "In my work, I like to capture animals at times of solitude. When the animals are totally at ease and there's a gentleness or a vulnerability about them. In these moments, I feel that they are sharing something secret and intimate, that they share only with me."

Born on Wirral in 1963, Clare's status in the top tier of the wildlife art genre is long-established. She is in heavy demand from galleries wanting to show her work. A regular at the national exhibition of wildlife art, Clare has been three times nominated for wildlife artist of the year. Her work appears in collections both at home and internationally. 


More information about Clare Shaughnessy can be viewed here (external link)


Clare Shaughnessy

12 November 2016