Pollyanna's third book 'A Brush With Wildlife' tells the story of the wildlife sanctuary which Pollyanna ran from her home for fifteen years. Lavishly illustrated with sketches, paintings and photographs on every page, it tells the heart-warming, amusing and inspirational stories of many of the birds and animals cared for by Pollyanna and her team of helpers. the book provides a unique insight into Pollyanna's life and work, and reveals the real life stories of many of the birds and animals featured in her most famous paintings. The book also includes a portfolio of thirty paintings of British Wildlife and landscapes, and a faithful reproduction of the 'Millennium Triptych' - the remarkable work painted by Pollyanna to celebrate the start of a new century.
The book ends with an extended biography, tracing the fascinating rise of Pollyanna's career - from scouting jumble sales to find frames for her paintings, to selling her work in eighty countries world-wide.
'Fascinating and Warm-heated.......... Lavishly illustrated........ this book describes with touching clarity how Pollyanna was able to draw on these experiences to develop her artistic talent.'
'A wonderfully rich addition to any art or nature-lovers library'
'A wonderful, touching, funny, beautiful book'
'A Brush with Wildife' looks wonderful!"
Book size :25cm x 25cm
Every page is fully illustrated in colour
Foreword by David Bellamy
Preface by Twiggy
Price : £29.95
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