The home of animal artists

AAA AW16 THORESBY_wordpress imageThe Association of Animal Artists offers opportunities and support to animal artists who have already attained a level of expertise and experience, whether as amateurs or professionals and who wish to promote and exhibit their artwork and further progress their skills.

AAA invites artists to join us for a variety of art events throughout the year. It is the friendship and genuine support that the artists give each other, and to the charities AAA supports, which are the hallmark of the Association.

Membership of AAA is by application. Interested artists are encouraged to get in touch via the application section.

Congratulations are in order for our very own Ruth Buchanan as she not only gets 3 paintings accepted into the SEA Horses in Art Exhibition, but also wins the H&H best hunting picture!
Well done Ruth! Well deserved!
You can see more of Ruths work on her website
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Oh My Word! I was lucky enough to have three paintings accepted into The Horse In Art Exhibition and this is the icing on the cake.

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For those of you that managed to get to our Autumn Exhibition at Thoresby Gallery thank you for supporting us! We had record sales and met lots of lovely people, all of whom were very complimentary and many went away with either an original from the wall, or managed to bag a bargain with a print or some greetings cards! Whilst geographically you may not have managed to pay us a visit, maybe our next exhibition at Castle Park, near Chester will suit? More details on that to follow soon. In the meantime we hope you enjoy the artwork on display here. For more information about the AAA and it's members please pay our website a visit 🙂
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This months cover comes from Tracey Hollis Rowe.

Tracey is an entirely self taught artist specializing in wildlife and animal portraits. She is based in Leigh near Wigan, Lancashire.

Over the years Tracey’s interest in wildlife, nature and all domestic animals has helped her develop and improve her artistic skills in this field. Also very much into her photography, when she is not at the easel she can be found hiking over the mountains of Scotland, Wales & The Lake District, or searching around the beautiful forests and woodlands around Lancashire and Cheshire for deer and squirrels or just spending time around the local farmyards and fields, observing and capturing the wonderful animals.

She works in a variety of mediums that includes coloured pencils, graphite, soft pastels and oils.

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