Mammals of the South West.


The Westcountry's Raptors.

Paintings inspired by wildlife encounters.

Art News August
New Exhibition for September
Really looking forward to this one

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New painting added for above exhibition
The Jessie McClew
Wrecked in Booby's Bay, Trevose, 1895


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COMMISIONS INFORMATION
Mark that special occasion with a very
 special and unique  present
An Original Painting is Forever
Dick will accept commissions for Cornwall & Devon's wildlife, rural life, coast & countryside paintings, especially if they fit in with his Wildlife & Waterways book project
Phone:  01637 880606
or drop in for a chat
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Sharing the Westcountrys Natural World through Art
To see a short video of Dick and his art click here or on the links tab

This website has been created exclusively so that  Wildlife and Countryside Artist Dick Twinney can share his passion for the natural history, coast and countryside of his part of the world through his art.

To also make available here online the purchase of limited edition prints that  appear in  his regular newspaper and magazine articles in the Western Morning News, Cornwall today magazine, Mid & North Cornwall Advertisers and the Newquay Voice.


    Welcome, 'Browse at your leisure'

Dick Twinney has loved the Westcountry' s wildlife and countryside for as long as he can remember. Originally from Devon, he has now lived and worked in Cornwall for over 40 years. Although his paintings, prints, giftware and books have spread world-wide he still thinks of himself as a local artist   passionate about the Westcountry, especially Cornwall and Devon.

The magnificent scenery and the rich and varied wildlife from the high tors of  Dartmoor to the tip of Lands End all provide a constant source of inspiration and never ending material for Dick's highly detailed traditional artwork.

A real countryman, Dick always spends several hours each day in the 'field' walking with the family dogs over the moors, along the coast or in the local woods, observing wildlife in it's natural habitat, constantly on the look-out for that 'special' chance encounter that can be recreated onto canvas.