HEART & SOUL - NEW LIMITED EDITION HARDBACK BOOK NOW AVAILABLE TO BUY
SUMMER SALE - LOWEST PRICES EVER ON SOME PRINTS!!
This is the official site of the UK’s best selling and most collectable pencil artist. Gary has sold over 110,000 personally signed and numbered prints from 129 different editions. 117 of these personally signed and numbered limited editions have sold out - very few artists could make this claim. The remaining 12 editions are available from the shop. All with free worldwide delivery!
All these editions are featured in Gary's new autobiographical hardback book also available as a signed limited edition from the shop. Nigel Marven, TV wildlife presenter and collector of Gary’s art launched the book. He said "Heart & Soul is Gary’s
brilliant new book, a work of art in itself with stunning photos and expert
describes his adventures with wildlife and showcases his life’s work so far.”
LAUNCH OF HEART & SOUL AT THE PRESTIGIOUS NATURE IN ART MUSEUM PHOTO: NEIL WRAY
In the foreword Virginia McKenna OBE, co-founder and trustee of the Born Free Foundation, explains “Gary, without fail,
captures the soul, the heart and the essence of whatever creature he is
drawing. You only have to look into their eyes.”
Over the years the huge demand for Gary’s
prints has led to a solid and lucrative secondary market rewarding collectors
with more than just the sheer beauty of his drawings. The first print “Green
Turtle” was published in 1987 by Greenpeace and sold for £8.50. In recent years
it has changed hands for up to an incredible £3,500.00 Many other earlier
editions have realised secondary prices of between £1,000-£3,200.
We hope you enjoy reading all the latest news and background on Gary’s art. This site is regularly updated so please come again!
“I personally love his work and am proud to display one of Gary’s fabulous pieces in my home.”
Martina Navratilova, Tennis champion and Animal Lover.
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