Tiger eye illustration by Andrew Hutchinson
UK

Tiger, big Cat, Mammal, Nature, Illustration

About Andrew
Fur, feathers and fins – they all come out perfectly when painted by British nature artist Andrew Hutchinson. Living on the North York Moors, Andrew is a part-time ranger with the Forestry Commission and monitors the activity of adders and certain bird species in his area to help conserve them, which makes him the perfect choice for any project built around a passion for wildlife.
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Andrew Hutchinson illustrates a set of stamps for the Jersey Post to celebrate the JSPCA's 150th Anniversary.
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Get to see some of Andrew Hutchinson's more unusual paintings at an exhibition in Cleveland.
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