Colin Woolf - Wildlife Paintings

SUMMER SALE of original paintings and 20% off all limited edition prints

Colin Woolf is one of the UK’s leading wildlife artists. He works in pure watercolour and also in oil, with a talent which sets him apart from other wildlife painters of today. Delicate plumage, atmospheric landscapes and dramatic skies are all distinguishing features of Colin’s work. With an instinctive ‘feel’ for an animal’s character and an in-depth knowledge of its anatomy, he captures the true essence of his subjects and brings them alive.

Colin has supported the Woolston Eyes Conservation Group for many years and we are very appreciative and proud of the original artwork he produces for the covers of our annual reports, which many of you will be familiar with.

Would you like to treat yourself to one of Colin’s original wildlife paintings at a considerable discount?

Here’s your chance: until 15th June you can gain a fabulous discount of up to 50% on Colin’s watercolours and pencil drawings. Click on the link below to see some examples, or visit his online shop to see the entire range. Prices shown include framing and delivery.

Click here to view some of the offers on Colin’s paintings…..

Click here to visit his website and discover more about the artist and his fine art ……


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