Paul Bartlett is a self-taught artist with a PhD in animal behaviour.
Previously an elected member of the Society of Wildlife Artists (SWLA)
he won “Artist of the Year” in 2006 and the Langford Press award in
2012 at their annual exhibition at London’s Mall Galleries. He has
twice been a category winner and overall runner-up in the David
Shepherd “Wildlife Artist of the Year” competition in 2009 and 2010 and
winner of the ‘British Birds’ category for the “BBC Wildlife Artist of
the Year” in 2009. His work has featured in numerous art publications
and several books.
Paul has held major solo exhibitions throughout the UK and regularly
contributes to exhibitions at the Mall Galleries in London. He has also
exhibited in the US, France, and Poland. In 2015 he held an exhibition
in Aberlady where all profits were donated to conservation charities.
Painting for a living allows Paul the time and opportunity to enjoy his
passion for nature and the outdoors. His favourite pastimes include
exploring wildernesses such as mountains and coast. He lives in Tayport
with his partner and their three children.