RED FOX PAINTING

This Acrylic painting of a Red Fox

was commissioned by Colin just recently.

“WATCHING OVER”

Colin says:

” It was one my friends who commissioned it, they wanted it for a wedding anniversary gift, the lady concerned loves foxes.So I decided to look through my books for a decent and posture pose of a fox, and I decided to add a cub with it. I came up with the idea of a mother fox in a pose, reflecting on her protectively watching over it’s cub, behind a hedge  near it’s den. It’s one the best fox paintings I’ve done, and my friend was well chuffed with the finished result,I hope everyone enjoys it too.”

Colin Statter
Wildlife artist

COLIN STATTER
Wildlife Artist

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Oasis Of Wildlife At Lecropt

Lecropt Is An Oasis of Wildlife,

When Other Places Fail, It Doesn’t !

Colin
at Lecropt

Lecropt is one of my favourite places on my journey when cycling to and from the River, each day I observe various and different Wildlife while having a rest on my returning journeys.

The countryside of Lecropt has an abundance of Wildlife and various species of wild plants and trees.

The photos I have posted have been taken souly on the land of Lecropt over a couple of days, the most popular bird which it’s famous for, is the Lecropt Buzzard’s, which can be seen soaring above the woods on ‘Hangman’s hill’,  (aptly named).

Many years back Lecropt was a vibrant community, having their own laws , school and church, self governed with its very close and tight community.

Fox
(Vulpes vulpes)

A couple of nights ago I spotted the Foxin a field below the church, one minute it was there the next it had vanished into the long grass I managed to get the camera out quickly and got the one shot.

As soon as I got home I couldn’t resist getting out the brushes and canvas , and started painting a Red Fox,while it was still fresh in my mind. What you see in the photo of me next to the painting, is the first layer of paint, and has lots detail still to add but when I finish it, I will post the finished painting on FWN.

The Fox inspired me to paint.

The Red Kite which is my first of this species and the  Common Spotted-orchid (Dactylorhiza fuchsii) I photographed today on my return journey home, so if your ever wanting to see a bit of Wildlife remember the name Lecropt, my little Wildlife oasis, which never fails me, when in other places does fail me for getting that photo.

Enjoy
Colin Statter
FWN