I hope you are all doing well. I’ve been working hard to prepare the gallery for reopening (I must say it’s looking really nice!)…fingers crossed we will reopen to the public again on Tuesday 13th April…I really cannot wait to see you and feel the buzz at Cedar Farm once more!
I’m thrilled to announce that we have brand new works by Lancashire wildlife artist Michael Demain now available in the gallery and on our website. Michael has been busy creating new works during lockdown, many of which are now on display in readiness for reopening. Michael was recently interviewed by a National magazine called ‘The Field’ in a conservation special, where he shared his passion for art and the active roll he plays in wildlife conservation. Michael spends the spring and summer months working with the RSPB welfare and preservation of birds of prey in the Forest of Bowland. The Forest of Bowland is home to stunning landscape and rich in diverse wildlife, the very place that influenced Michael as a boy and fuelled his passion for creating wildlife artwork throughout his career. Michael’s photo-realsitc style along with his use of light gives rise to detailed works with precision scale; each composition is balanced beautifully which makes his works so appealing and popular. Off the back of a successful 2020, Michael has had another work accepted into this years ‘David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of Year 2021’. I am absolutely delighted for Michael, he is so deserving and I know how much this will mean to him. I wish him all the very best of luck in this years competition.
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Best wishes, Bradley Carnes