‘An Audience with Jeremy Paul’ will take place tomorrow (Saturday) at the Manx Museum from 10.30am to 12pm.
Following the launch of his new exhibition ‘Wildlife – An Artist’s View after 25 years’ on display at the Manx Museum, artist Dr Jeremy Paul returns to the museum to host a talk on his career, travels and painting techniques.
The talk will shed light on Jeremy’s development from a career in marine biology to becoming a professional wildlife artist. As well as a special opportunity to a look at his personal photo album of wildlife from his extensive travels across the world including India, Africa and North America and more recently Antarctica and the Arctic.
Jeremy has earned an enviable worldwide reputation for accurate and sensitive representations of the natural world. He spends hours observing wildlife and natural environments to inspire his paintings. He will also show the audience a step by step of his work, from blank board to final painting.
Tickets are £10 per adult, FMNH members receive a 10 per cent discount.