Beautiful like a blowfly: Kate Cranney’s wildlife art


I love trying to share how surprisingly beautiful ugly things can be – [like] centipedes crawling through the stomach of a dead sheep.

Last month I was privileged to interview three amazing, up-and-coming wildlife artists about their work. Last week’s post showcased Milly Formby. In this post, Kate Cranney talks about her love of nature and drawing. Please follow this link to read the full interview. If you are using a phone or tablet, check out this dynamic version, it looks fantastic. I hope you enjoy it. Stay tuned for next week’s instalment.

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7 thoughts

  1. Having trouble accessing the full article from the link. Says it has been removed. Sad about this.

    1. Hi Wendy Rose, sorry for the mistake, I’ve fixed the link above. I hope you return to read the full story as Kate’s work is great. Best wishes Ian

  2. Thanks Ian a couple of great connections for me and some inspiration for this aged scientist / artist!

    1. Thanks Cindy, sorry for the delay fixing the link, but I’ve been up in the hills and out of phone reception all day. All fixed now! I hope you enjoy Kate’s story. Best wishes Ian

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