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Endangered Animals of Morocco - exhibition summary / video clip


October 2011 saw the opening of my first solo show in Morocco, 'ENDANGERED ANIMALS OF MOROCCO', held at the established cultural centre of arts and music in Essaouira, Dar Souiri.  Please see a list of their current events at www.association-essaouiramogador.org/.  The exhibition included drawings and watercolours of the Barbary Macaques from the Cedar Forests in the North of Morocco as well as a series of larger paintings in acrylic and silver leaf showing the wildlife of the Saharan Desert.  

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We had a great reception at the private view and 2M, the national Moroccan television channel, broadcast a review of the exhibition in the weekly cultural high-lights feature of their news programme, please watch the short interview below.  


Mokrane Bouzid a renowned painter from Algeria and Houssein Miloudi, one of Morocco's most revered artists were among those that attended the opening, here is a picture of Houssein Miloudi standing with me in front of 'Spur-Thighed Tortoise with Tuareg Patterns'.  

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Petit Art Petit, a local art workshop brought two groups of children to visit the exhibition, they had a great time learning about the animals and making drawings of their favourite paintings.  Essaouira is a small town with a big artistic community and I hope that the children will continue to be inspired by their country's wildlfe and grow up to value the importance of their natural heritage.  Please click on the following post to view a selection of the drawings made by the children during the exhibition.

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It has been a wonderful experience collaborating on the organisation of my first exhibition in Morocco, I'll now continue to work on new paintings featuring the wildlife inhabiting the northern forests to be shown in a solo show in Fez, during the WORLD SACRED MUSIC FESTIVAL in June 2012.  

Many of the new paintings and watercolours can be viewed in the Gallery section of my website or Facebook page.  Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like any info, prices, or if you have any other questions regarding the work.

Many thanks for your continued support and interest!

Caroline

Petit Art Petit - kids workshop photos

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Royal Letter of Support For Moroccco's Art & Wildlife

 

Following the show at Dar Souiri the paintings were next displayed during the annual Atlantic Andalusia Festival, by kind invitation of the Moroccan artist and journalist, Claude Senouf, together with a private viewing of a new feature length film 'The 5th String' by Casablanca artist and film-maker, Selma Bargach.  

The photo below shows Senior Advisor to H.M. Mohammed VI of Morocco, Mr Andre Azoulay with his wife, Katia, standing with me in front of the painting 'Saharan Cheetah with Tuareg Patterns'.  I am honored to say that this painting now hangs in the private collection of H. M. Mohammed VI and I'm extremely humbled to have received from him a very special, beautiful and personal letter of recognition.  Please scroll down to see copies of the original letters, written in Arabic and French or you can read a translatation in English below:

"... All my congratulations for the quality of your art and for having chosen to employ your talent to the cause of conservation, of wildlife heritage and its environment.  This is an initiative of particular significance for me and I am pleased with regard to the fact that its expression and development is based in the country of Morocco.  With my best wishes for the success of your work …"    H. M. Mohammed VI

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Sacred Music Festival of Fes - video clip / press review


The film, original broadcast by 2M Mag in Morocco, contains reviews and interviews with some of the participating musicians and artists and the director of the Festival, Mr Faouzi Skali.  Please scroll forward to 18 minutes 40 seconds to see a short segment on my exhibition at Riad Reda.


AINSI EST CAROLINE FULTON”

Sous la plume du: Docteur Sallam Ahmed Drissou
Traduction: Docteur Fatima Sanhagi

 

Caroline Fulton : son univers artistique est exempt des rites, et fécond d'une paix ajournée parmi les contrastes. Créant l'occasion d'une harmonie à travers les contrastes, elle les a installés entre deux mondes, et ceci en visant ce qu’elle cherche à réaliser, au biais des couleurs dorées ou des mosaïques inhérentes a notre culture.

Tout au long de ses oeuvres plastiques, la presences prédominante du bestial domestique ou sauvage chuchote avec la rhétorique des lumieres dorées et froides ou des synecdoques de l'ombre d'argile lumineux. Ces synecdoques choisissent, des les débuts de Caroline Fulton, l'interprétation du temps humain et de son déroulement, conditionné par la prise de conscience de l'être, et de ses assimilations à propos des créatures naturelles, et des visions des cultures d'alentour.

Cela signifie que les plastifications artistiques de Caroline, autour de son thème privilégié qui est la présence prédominante du bestial le long de notre culture noble, se caractérisent par le fait d'être régies par une pureté spirituelle extraordinaire, à propos de la vérité de son voyage définitif, de sa patrie de jungle légendaire, vers une autre appartenance a un autre monde nuageux et qui est notre monde et notre culture. Cette présence naturelle et totale est celle qui marque notre vue par de multiples intentions trébuchées, tôt, par le pinceau de la couleur initiale.

Ainsi se développe le tableau chez Caroline jusqu'à avant notre histoire, ou l'ancienne uniformité disparait entre deux mondes qui apparaissent, actuellement, opposes. Le tableau se développe et la musique des couleurs se condense par des coups infantiles des formes et des dimensions. Et il arrive que cet univers plastique muet se fermente au seuil de beaux contrastes;

- La nature et la culture

- L'Homme avec son histoire sophistiquée et 'animal avec sa vérité innée et variée.

- La distance tranchante entre le rêve d'un horizon vierge qui n'était qu'une de ses parties et entre la passion de la et son opulence féconde représentée dans la totale précipitation de l'animal vers les cites du tableau en vue de son inspiration de la familiarité et de la sociabilité au lieu de la sauvagerie créée par nos us culturels non récentes.

- Voilà l'univers plastique que l'artiste plasticienne Caroline Fulton crée.


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Les tableaux de Caroline Fulton avouent énormément une couleur d'aventure aménageant la paix et la confidence des contradictions. Parfois cette confidence s'effectue au biais de ce beau désordre, tranchant et ordonne par l'intermediaire de l'echange des roles dans l'axe de son expérience plastique spécifique; la - bas ou rayonne rhetorique et ses cultures mineures vers la spontaneïté de l'animal parlant de son expérience artistique a propos de ses variantes rites.

L'examen des contrastes dans les touches pastiques de Caroline Fulton surprend ses recepteurs de cette excitation sereine, d'une precipitation du monde naturel représentée par l'animal au coeur du monde humain, ce qui révèle dans l'oeuvre plastique de Caroline des contradicitions apaisées dans nos profondeurs humiliées, et dans nos univers denses de la froideur et du sophistiqué. Alors, le contemplateur peut conclure, a travers son experience plastique, qu'il s'avere absurde de dialoguer avec le monde de la spontaneite, de la transparence et de la presumee purete chez l'animal eloquent par sa presence sans changer notre vision envers lui.

Donc, la plume et la couleur sont l'existence réèlle de Caroline Fulton car c'est a travers elles qu'elle respire; et par elles, elle voit court le risque, depasse les bornes de nos mondes steriles et se feconde. Cela veut dire que l'artiste Caroline se multipie au sein de ses tableaux suivant le nombre des themes qu'elle unifie et fin de compte. De meme, elle s'enracine tout au long de sa couleur doree privilagiee jusqu'a ce qu'elle deviendra une icone luisante d'elle et de ses intentions feminines distinctives.


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Caroline s'adonne a l'acte plastique d'un souffle syphonique. Ce qui signife qu'elle considere la couleur doree comme une parole musicale harmonieuse avec une poussee d'air doux, et eleve l'expression pastique au niveau du mystique secret et sonore a la fois. Pour cela, l'esprit s'etonne quand le regard voile rejette en lui ce qu'il transporte des ombres du tableau et du jujubier de la distance artificielle entre l'Homme et son semblable l'animal, le domestique el le sauvage, l'innocent et celui qui nous apparait sanguinaire sur le meme plan d'egalite. Ainsi s'amalgament dans une devolution culturelle unique et unie jointe a de mutiles significations fertiles et variees.

Au sein de ses dialogues brefs et condenses de la couleur froide et precieuse, les tableaux de Caroline Fulton conversent a propos d'une dualite du virginial pur et du complexe en vue de marier le nom du bestial enforce dans l'evocation de son temps romantique selon sa methode et entre l'arriere plan de notre plastification culturelle inclue dans notre environment relatif a notre civilisation marocaine noble pour construire, enfin, et dans un quelconque sens, la perspecitve de capturer un reve d'harmonisation par le moyen des outils et methodes plastiques tres simples et infantiles. Parmi les plus importants, il y a:

- Un coup de brosse calme avec son rythme teinte, precieux et simple a la fois.

- Une Interpellation de l'oubli noye dans le brouillard des rites humanitaires etranges a lui.

Ainsi, dans ses dailogues plastiques la couleur s'annonce par la poesie infantile, le plastique epelle la musique seriene dessinee; ce qui signifie que l'authenticite de son experience artistique se manifeste comme chez les grands artistes dans ses pratiques du silence des mots, tenant compte du fait qu'il est un tableau d'une poetesse dont les excelles, a travers l'acte de plastification, sont semblables au premier poeme, et le pineau, dans ses doux moirages de brosse, est pareil a une baguette d'un maestro expert.


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Laquelle reflete l'image de Caroline l''etre et laquelle renvoie a l'interieur de Caroline l'artiste. Laquelle dera la plus capable d'exprimer son experience plastique dans notre registre culturel contemporain? La coleur hantee par le remodelage de nos mondes pour sauver nos visions de leur fausse nebulosite? Ou la plasticite issue de la dualite du domestique et du sauvage? Ou le culturel et le plus spontane, voire la plus complexe de leurs apparences? Ou la froideour des formes rivalisant avec la splendeur de la verite qui suinte de l'eau du tableau? Ou quoi?

Caroline Fulton est, donc, ce recueil artistique vaste qui pratique son ecoulement special dans notre scene plastique marocaine.

Bref, Caroline Fulton est une artiste qui se distinge de nous, mais elle juche, comme de son habitude, le dos sa brosse et se refuge dans le voyage par nous et envers nous. Et ainsi, nous cueillons de ces tableaux plastiques ce qui est oublie en nous et nous souvenons de ce qui nous etait porche et spontane, mais que nous avons perdu.


Our Neighbours: The Living - exhibition summary


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The 8th - 16th June 2012 saw the 18th edition of the annual Festival of Sacred Music in the city of Fes.  This is one of the largest festivals in Morocco and I was very honoured to have been asked to be a part of this year's visual arts programme.  By the kind invitation of the director of the festival, Mr Faouzi Skali and Mr Mohammed Mernissi, Riad Reda provided a truly beautiful backdrop for 22 new paintings in an exhibition entitled "Our Neighbours: The Living, Animals of Morocco".  

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The paintings showcase four animals with particular cultural importance to Morocco and especially to the region of Fes, the Barbary Lion, Barbary Sheep, Barbary Deer and Barbary Macaque.   These four species all face great uncertainty, however, there are conservation programmes to protect and highlight the situation of the deer, sheep and monkeys in the wild and, with hope, through the efforts of the Zoological Gardens in Rabat, the Nationals Parks of Morocco and zoos across Europe and America there is a possibility that one day we may see the re-introduciton of the Barbary Lion into the Atlas Mountains of Morocco.  It is my wish that these paintings connect us with four animals that will act as ambassadors for Morocco, and celebrate the theme of this year's Sacred Music Festival  'Re-enchanting The World' and so reminding us of the importance of the fragile and beautiful relationship between nature and our human culture.  

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     Mr Faouzi Skali at the Musee Batha with 'Atlas Lions with Carved Plaster & Gold Motif II'

It was an honour to have the presence of Mr Andre Azoulay, Senior Advisor to H.M Mohammed VI, at the private view of the exhibition, below are two photos of him viewing the paintings at Riad Reda and a statement he made about the work.

"Our Sovereign ... was particularly sensitive to the theme of your work and to your talent which, is dedicated to the preservation of our animal heritage ... my congratulations and best wishes for your success."

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        Mr Andre Azoulay at Riad Reda with 'Atlas Lions with Carved Plaster & Gold Motif I'

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Please go to the next entry of the blog if you would like to see more photos from the exhibition and if you are interested, I hope to post a film about the festival, broadcast by the Moroccan channel 2M, here shortly.

Finally, I am very excited to share the news that the paintings will be on show again together with other paintings and watercolours of Moroccan animals for 1 month in the Gallery of the newly opened Zoological Gardens in Rabat scheduled for October.  I will post information about this exhibition so please check the site or email me through the Contact Page if you would like to know more details about the event or if you would like a price list for the exhibition at Riad Reda.  All images can be seen in the Gallery section of the site.  By clicking the following link you can read more about the Fes Fesitval and a brief review of my exhibition www.fesfestival.com.

With thanks,

Caroline 

Our Neighbours: The Living - vernissage photos

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Nature and Culture Animals of Morocco - exhibition summary


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Last month, the Zoological Gardens of Rabat celebrated it's first anniversary and I was extremely happy to have the occasion to display new drawings and watercolours, along side an on-going series of paintings that I've been working on over the last 18 months, in a solo exhibition, entitled Nature and Culture: Animals of Morocco.  

His Majesty, Mohammed VI, has established a zoo that is amongst the very best in the world.  The zoo lies within the new green belt around Rabat and there are plans for it to become completely self sufficient in recycling, waste and water over the next five years.  The extensive gardens and grounds of the zoo are planted with many native specIes and the animals live within 5 eco-systems.  Using natural boundaries as much as possible, keeping the animals in groups and pairs, often sharing enclosures with other similar species and creating enclosures where you can walk inside, helps tremendously in both the welfare and stimulation of the animals as well as enriching the public's experience.  Rabat is a wonderful example of what zoos can be and demonstrates the vital role zoo's have to play in helping to conserve the world's most vulnerable wildlife and educating communities, both locally and internationally.  

Whilst many species are represented at Rabat Zoo, it's primary focus is on promoting the awareness and conservation of Morocco's own natural heritage.   It is a real privilege for me to spend time observing all the animals here, but in particular, one species is especially important.  Rabat Zoo is home to thirty-three Barbary Lions, there are no longer any Barbary lions left in the wild and this is the largest collection in the world and one of the very few to have 100% Barbary DNA.  Barbary Lions were hunted to extinction in the wild last centuary, data on their decline and possible recovery is still being analysed and compiled and their fate remains in the hands of a few zoos and conservation centres that are working to protect this incredibly important sub-species.  It is largely thanks to the Royal Family's private collection and success with breeding these lions that any have survived until today.  It is an amazing experience to sit and watch these truly magnificent animals and appreciate that it is their ancestors that have come to inform, enrich and symbolise such a lot to so many different cultures around the world.  

The beautiful gallery at the zoo has been a gift of a space for me to show my paintings in and I'm inspired by the opportunity I was given to assist the zoo in spreading their message of the need to value and protect our wildlife, conserve native habitat and teach our children about our natural world.   My thanks again to everyone at the zoo and to the sponsors, Nespresso for organising this event with me and to everyone who came to visit and supported the exhibition.  The paintings will continue to hang in the gallery until May so if you are travelling to Morocco please go and visit the zoo!

In the following postings you can see photos of the exhibition, the zoo itself as well as photos of two paintings created with the children from the Lion's Club Malaika schools in Rabat and Sale for down syndrome and special needs kids.  There is also a short video, covering the exhibition, originally broadcast on 2M on the 21st January.  You can also see the photos and video on my facebook page, please click on the link in the sidebar.  


Rabat Zoo - photos of the zoo

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Nature and Culture Animals of Morocco - vernissage photos


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Nature and Culture Animals of Morocco - kids workshop photos


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Nature and Culture Animals of Morocco - video clips / press review


The video clip below is a segment from the cultural review programme, 2M Mag, original broadcast by 2M in Morocco on the 21st January 2013, containing an interview with myself and the organiser of the exhibition.


The video below shows a brief clip reviewing the exhibition on the news programme InfoSoir, original broadcast by 2M in Morocco on the 10th January 2013. (video missing)

Caroline Fulton: Nature et culture - Animaux du Maroc

Nespresso Nature et Culture-Animaux du Marocest fier d’annoncer aujourd’hui son engagement aux côtés de l’exposition , qui se tiendra au Jardin zoologique de Temara Caroline Fultondu 9 au 31 janvier 2013 et dans laquelle seront exposées les oeuvres de l’artiste . 


Ce n’est pas un hasard si Nespresso a choisi d’apporter son soutien à l’artiste Caroline Fulton, qui au travers de cette exposition dédie une série de peintures aux animaux du Royaume du Maroc pour un résultat à la fois esthétique, intriguant et instructif. Véritable ode à la faune et flore marocaine, cette exposition invite également à réfléchir sur le patrimoine animalier du Maroc en orientant la réflexion sur les moyens de combiner les éléments culturels humains et les animaux qui vivent à proximité de ces derniers.


Cette exposition inclut également une démarche associative liée à la préservation du patrimoine animalier du Maroc et de son environnement naturel. En effet, au delà de représenter les divers animaux qui composent la richesse de la faune marocaine, cette exposition invite à une réflexion sur le monde animalier, pour que le public arrive à la conclusion que Nature et Culture, au delà d’être des éléments indissociables, sont également des thèmes complémentaires qu’il convient de joindre pour le bien de la planète, de l’environnement et de notre futur.

Quant à Caroline Fulton, cette exposition s’inscrit dans la lignée artistique qu’elle suit depuis ses débuts, à savoir celle de représenter le monde animalier mais marque néanmoins une exception puisqu’elle s’intéresse cette fois-ci uniquement au monde animalier spécifique au Maroc.

Les Jardins Zoologiques de Rabat, dont le renouveau prestigieux fait d’eux l'un des meilleurs aménagements animaliers du monde, sera le lieu d'une exposition de peintures solo de Caroline Fulton.


Caroline Fulton est une artiste écossaise résidant au Maroc. Elle dédie une série de peintures aux animaux du Royaume du Maroc. Son approche est entièrement vouée à l'esthétique animalière dont elle est une ambassadrice internationale par son art. La recherche de Caroline Fulton l'a conduite dans un espace artistique particulier de rencontre, entre les éléments culturels humains et les animaux qui vivent dans la proximité de ces éléments.


Les dessins et peintures de Caroline Fulton sont des portraits d'animaux. Ces portraits sont un « Attempt to face » au terme animal utilisé par les gens pour signifier la notion d'un autre absolu: tout ce qui vit sur la terre, qui n'est pas moi, un être humain. 


Ces portraits révèlent généralement le sujet dans un environnement typiquement marocain : tapis berbères, carrelage marocain… etc). Riches en couleurs, les toiles de Caroline Fulton attirent l’attention par leur symbolique et l'ornementation traditionnelle qui y sont délibérément employées, pour créer une rencontre entre la géométrie et le vivant .Ceci traduit à la fois un sentiment de familiarité et d'exil, dans un monde dominé par l'homme On notera également que l’artiste Caroline Fulton a été remerciée par Sa Majesté le Roi Mohamed VI pour la qualité de son travail artistique et pour son engagement au service de la sauvegarde du patrimoine animalier et de l’environnement du Royaume.

Barbary Macaque Awareness and Conservation - Bouhachem visit

During the month of May, I visited a fantastic project in the northern forests of Morocco, that works for the welfare, protection and sustainability of Barbary Macaques and the needs of the local villagers who live alongside the monkeys.  The project is called BMAC (Barbary Macaque Awareness and Conservation) run by Sian Waters.  We spent an amazing day driving quietly through the forest, spotting the monkeys in their natural habitat and learning about the vital work Sian is doing to raise awareness both locally and internationally for the conservation of these very special monkeys.  I hope to visit again next Spring to run art workshops with the local children, when Sian hopes the building works on BMAC's new education and conservation centre will be completed. 

BMAC is a really small organisation and the effort and passion Sian and her team put in to making sure it keeps going is an inspiration.  By clicking below on BMAC's logo you can find out much more about their work protecting the wild macaques in the forest, rescuing and rehabilitating captured infants that are stolen for the illegal pet trade and their work with the local children and sheparding community on their Facebook and Twitter pages.  If you are inspired to do so, it is also possible to make a donation via BMAC's website, www.barbarymacaque.org no matter how small, it will make a huge difference and allow this project to continue in it's aim of ensuring the survival of the last species of monkey that lives in all of North Africa and Europe.  

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Below is a picture of my dad and I with Sian and Ahmed and the monkey bus!  You can contact Sian if you would like to experience this special opportunity of seeing conservation in action and learn more about the Barbary Macaques.  April and May are wonderful months to visit, usually the sun is shining and the new babies are born, clinging to their parents as they clamber about the forest floor and canopy.  There are many beautiful guest houses in near-by Teotuan and Chef Chaouen where Sian will arrange for your stay and collect you for your forest excursion!

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With best wishes to BMAC over the coming months and I look forwards to seeing you and the monkeys again next year with lots of canvas, brushes and art materials for a massive macaque painting project!

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Edinburgh Zoo Centenary Auction


This year, Edinburgh Zoo celebrated it's centenary, a fantastic milestone, RZSS have been busy organising lots of events to fundraise on this special birthday, by clicking the logo below you can read much more on the zoo's website.  In November they held a large auction to raise money for a new 21st Century Discovery Centre and their 'Wild About Scotland' native species conservation programme.  The auction raised close to £170,000 which is a wonderful achievement and I was delighted to have been able to donate a painting in support of RZSS's brilliant work which raised an amazing £700.  

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Edinbugh Zoo has a long history of supporting penguin convservation and nuturing successful breeding programmes so I felt a rockhopper was an appropriate subject to paint for the auction.  The Yamana were a people that inhabited the southern most tip of Patagonia, their culture survived until the mid 20th century but sadly their unique way of life is now extinct due in part to the devastation of the gold rush and sheep ranching, however, a hundred or so rockhopper penguins still live on the islands of Tierra del Fuego.  I hope this painting reflects the fragile relationship between humans and animals, that if we can strive to respect and conserve life in all it's diversity, then we can hope to continue to protect and enjoy the abundant beauty and richness of our planet.   

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Wildlife of The Cairngorms - in support of The Highland Hospice


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My thanks to everyone who came along to support my pop-up exhibition in Boat of Garten in aid of The Highland Hospice, a wonderful charity which cares for those affected by terminal illness.  We had a great turn out despite the cold, dark and blustery evening and it was a pleasure to meet so many knowledgeable people full of enthusiasm for Scotland's native wildlife, including the red squirrel, water vole and the Scottish wildcat!  This year Cairngorm National Park celebrated it's 10th Anniversary.  The area is home to a quarter of the UK's native species so there is plenty to inspire me to keep painting local wildlife with lots of Celtic patterns, tartans and plaids!  You can read more about the Park and Hospice by clicking on the logos which will take you to their websites.  You can also see all the new paintings up on the website or alternatively browse through the album of Scottish wildlife on Facebook by clicking the link in the sidebar.

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 © Caroline Fulton 2011