Frances Sullivan - Norfolk Fine Artist
Suffolk Horses, Rare and Native Breed Farm Animals, Wildlife
Fine animal paintings with amazing life and character
- especially the venerable and vulnerable Suffolk Punch
2018 - Celebrating 27 years
BEST RURAL CRAFT TRADE STAND 2017 - Euston Rural Pastimes Event
Greetings Cards - Gifts - Prints - Paintings
I have been very busy with Events and Exhibtions recently and although it is lovely to get out and about with my work I am looking forward to putting brush to canvas and pastel to paper to create new works for you to enjoy.
The well renowned Exhibition of Wildlife Art has made eight of my works available for international purchase through their website. Please check with me first for shipping charges and that the work is still available.
A selection of my paintings currently for sale are available through my on-line Shop. Happy browsing. Though before purchasing please check availability with me first. There is also a wide selection of delightful horsey, pet, farm or wildlife greetings cards, prints and gifts. New products and Special Offers are added regularly. Excellent Christmas ideas.
My Gallery on this site has a diverse collection of recent and older works as examples of my unique style. Personal viewing at events/exhibitions is recommended to fully appreciate the detail and nuances of colour. If you can't see exactly what you are looking for I may be able to paint to your requirements by commission. If you would like me to paint a lovely working horse scene for example, or a lasting remembrance of your animal, or that of a friend or relative, for an extra special gift. My "Commissions" pages have advice to guide you.
At long last I am now on Facebook - at Frances Sullivan Animal Art, if you would like to "like" or "follow" me.
On the Easel
I have a lovely Portland ram in acrylic and Shire foal, in pastel, very nearly complete, which just need a few finishing touches. One of my other new pastel works, "Suffolk Song" is on my Gallery page along with "Sanderling Sprint", which is a result of a visit to Hunstanton where oystercatchers, turnstones and sanderlings were busy on the beach. If you have any suggestions for either animals, breeds or genre, such working horses or perhaps farm animals in landscapes, please get in touch.
I am an Associate Member of the Society of Equestrian Artists and in addition to my work being found in many private collections as far afield as Australia and the US, my work can also be seen widely across East Anglia and at other venues in the UK.