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Artist Biography

“I am passionate about my painting and it is so gratifying when I can see that someone else has an emotional connection with my art work. These faithful reproductions are a result of several years' preparation and have exceeded all my expectations. It has been very exciting to be involved with every aspect of the reproduction process and I have been impressed with the conscientious attention to detail given to each print. I am delighted with the excellent quality of these fine art prints and hope that you will enjoy this Collection as much as I have enjoyed creating it for you.”


Jacqueline A. Gaylard was born in England in 1972. For most of her childhood she lived in a village near Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire and this is where her passion for drawing and painting began.

Following her training as a Graphic Designer, she decided to try to convert her passion for painting into a full-time career. Having successfully exhibited her paintings it was not long before she fulfilled her ambition to become a professional Artist.

She lives with her family in Devon and delights in the abundance of wildlife and spectacular scenery that surrounds her studio.

Jacqueline paints a wide variety of subjects, but animals are undoubtedly one of her favourites, whether wild or domestic. She has always enjoyed painting cats and as a member of the Society of Feline Artists (S.O.F.A) she has the opportunity to explore the joys of portraying the complex feline form.

Collectors eagerly await her extremely accomplished original paintings, which are regularly exhibited in Central London and in prestigious galleries throughout Britain.  Jacqueline is a fellow member of The Wildlife Art Society International (FWASI), exhibited in the National Exhibition Wildlife Art (NEWA) and with the Marwell International Wildlife Art Society (MIWAS). She has also successfully shown with the Society of Wildlife Artists and the Royal Society of Portrait Painters at the Mall Galleries, London.

When painting wildlife, from Britain or exotic species, she takes great care in the research, studying behaviour and distinctive character. She strives to portray the animal in a natural habitat - capturing a typical moment and location.

She is extremely interested in the conservation of wildlife and hopes, in some small way, that her wildlife paintings will help raise awareness of endangered species.

Jacqueline's paintings have also been successfully reproduced as greeting cards and calendars by such companies as: Hallmark Cards (U.K & N.America), The Medici Society, The Paperhouse Group and Rembrandt's Hat.

Jacqueline always tries to sketch from life whenever possible, to gather as much information about colour, form and composition. Photography also plays its part in the creative process, for animals never stay still for long!

Acrylic paint has become her main medium, but occasionally she produces work in Gouache or Oil paint. She appreciates the fast drying properties of the water based Acrylic paint. Her painting technique is to use Acrylic in layers of washes for the first stages of the painting, creating form and shading. She then accurately applies layers of paint with smaller brushstrokes to develop depth and the intricate detail that brings her paintings to life.



'The Complete Cat' Exhibition, Rook Lane Gallery, Frome, Somerset

Charlfred Fine Art Exhibition, 70, St. John's Wood High Street, London

Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, Waterloo, London

York Fine Arts, York

Clifton Gallery, Clifton, Bristol

The Peter Hedley Gallery, Wareham, Dorset

The Alexander Gallery, Whiteladies Road, Bristol

The Mayfield Gallery, Bournemouth, Dorset

Triton Galleries, Exeter & Torquay, Devon

Bell Fine Art Gallery, Winchester, Hampshire

Stockbridge Gallery, Stockbridge, Hampshire

ART for art's sake, 3 High Street, Twyford, Berkshire

John Noott Galleries High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire

Reading Contemporary Art Fair, Rivermead Leisure Complex, Reading

Windsor Contemporary Art Fair, Windsor Racecourse, Windsor, Berkshire



'A Natural Collaboration': A Celebration of Fine Art by Charlfred Fine Art & Society of Feline Artists (S.O.F.A) will be held at Royal Opera Arcade (ROA) Gallery, 5b Pall Mall, 1 & 2 Royal Opera Arcade, St. James's, London SW1Y 4UY  Mon 9th Sept - Fri 20th Sept 2019.  Further details soon!

Jacqueline's original Acrylic animal paintings are currently exhibited in at York Fine Arts, 83 Low Petergate, York. www.yorkfinearts.co.uk

Dec '18 'The Complete Cat' Exhibition. This unique and exciting exhibition of feline art, brought together 26 top artists from the Society of Feline Artists (SOFA) www.felineartists.org and featured over 120 artworks including paintings, drawings and 3-dimensional pieces. A quarter of the proceeds were donated to feline charity International Cat Care (ICC).

June 2018: Exmouth Art Group - Jacqueline A. Gaylard Demonstration "How to Paint Animals with Acrylic Paint"

Photo's courtesy of Margot Cornish



CHARLFRED FINE ART  presented a spectacular art exhibition of 49 leading contemporary artists in October 2017

held on St. John's Wood High Street, London NW8 7SH



Past Exhibition...

We were delighted to present a very special Art Exhibition of realism paintings, quality sculpture & prints,

depicting domestic & wild animals at Kennaway House, Sidmouth, Devon.

The exhibition featured works by leading professional contemporary animal artists

Jacqueline A. Gaylard

Sara Butt

Michelle Hall

Gayle P. Mason

Martin Rumary

Neil R. Mason

Patricia Northcroft

 Please scroll down this page to see more information about the Artists ...


From lovable pets to powerful big cats, familiar garden birds to exotic flamingo's

- it was a must see exhibition for any animal lover!


As well as original paintings, drawings and sculpture, the full range of prints in

"THE FINE ART PRINT COLLECTION" were on display and available for sale.




Thanks to all the Artists that exhibited in 'Animals in Fine Art' exhibition:


Jacqueline A. Gaylard


Jacqueline lives with her family in East Devon.  She is a professional artist and paints a wide variety of subjects, but animals are undoubtedly her favourite, whether wild or domestic.

She exhibits at the Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, London and has exhibited in the Society of Feline Artists (S.O.F.A) annual exhibition held at the gallery, for the past eighteen years.

Jacqueline has produced work through the Commissions department of The Federation of British Artists (FBA) at Mall Galleries, London and exhibited with the Society of Wildlife Artists (SWLA) and the Royal Society of Portrait Painters.

She is also a member of The Wildlife Art Society International (TWASI) and has exhibited with the Marwell International Wildlife Art Society (MIWAS) and the National Exhibition of Wildlife Art (NEWA).


Sara Butt

Sara has been painting since the late 80's, starting with animal portraits and commissions, and then in the 90's she introduced feline subjects to her repertoire.  She is a Full Member of the Society of Feline Artists (S.O.F.A) and exhibits annually in their exhibition held at the prestigious Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, London.

She became more involved in her love of animals through Wildlife painting and exhibits in David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year. 

She has achieved awards at National Exhibition of Wildlife Art (NEWA), best in show with the Society of Equestrian Artists and S.O.F.A.



Michelle Hall

Michelle grew up in Somerset with an artistic family background and soon developed her own artistic identity shaped by the love  of animals and the countryside.  She graduated with a Fine Art  BA (hons) in 2003 from University Of The West Of England, Bristol.


She has exhibited in prestigious galleries throughout Britain.    Her wonderful sculptures have been exhibited with the Society of Wildlife Artists (SWLA) at the Mall Galleries, London, the Hilliard Society of Miniatures and in the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation in 2014.



Gayle P. Mason

A degree in Zoology from Liverpool University added an understanding of structure and form to the more intimate knowledge of behaviour she had gained from many hours of observation.

Gayle has been selected for the David Shepherd Wildlife Artists of the Year at the Mall Galleries, London and the prestigious National Exhibition of Wildlife Art (NEWA) in the U.K.  She is also a Full Member of the Society of Feline Artists (S.O.F.A) and exhibits annually in their exhibition held at Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, London.

Gayle has corporate and private collectors of her original paintings and Giclée prints throughout the world.



Neil R. Mason

Neil has exhibited extensively in many prestigious galleries in the U,K.  His work has shown at Nature in Art Gallery & Museum, Gloucester and has also been Artist in Residence.  His stunning sculpture has been exhibited in Cork Street Open Exhibition, London, The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation Gallery & Wildlife Artist of the Year.

He has exhibited work and achieved awards in the  following exhibitions:

The Wildlife Art Society International (TWASI), David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation Wildlife Artist of the Year, Marwell International Wildlife Art Society and National Exhibition of Wildlife Art (NEWA).


Patricia Northcroft

Patricia lives in the countryside on the Gloucestershire  and Herefordshire border.

Her beautifully rendered bronze works can be found in prestigious galleries around the British Isles.  She has been included in exhibitions abroad as well as Great Britain.

Patricia's work has been acknowledged by the Hilliard Society  of Miniaturists for being a consistently high standard and was awarded the Bidder and Borne Award for sculpture by the Royal Society of Miniature Painters, Sculptors and Gravers exhibition 2008 held at the Mall Galleries, London.

Her latest commission was for a Lapwing in silver which was awarded for Conservation work by the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group at the House of Commons.



Martin Rumary

Martin has painted all his life, exhibiting in London and in various galleries and with organizations such as the    National Exhibition of Wildlife Art (NEWA), The Wildlife Art Society International (TWASI) and the Marwell  International Wildlife Art Society.  His work has reached     as far afield as the USA, Australia and Hong Kong.

He lives in the heart of the Somerset countryside, with the birds that are local to his home providing the subject matter for his wonderful Acrylic paintings.  The love of his subject is reflected in the paintings showing intimate studies that capture those fleeting moments we see in the natural world.



Carole H. Gaylard

Carole lives in Newport, South Wales with her husband and two Golden Retrievers.  Whilst on walks with the dogs in the Welsh countryside she often finds inspiration hiding in the bottom of the hedgerow, in secluded woodland, or on a beach.  Her work always has nature at its source.

Carole has been painting for as long as she can remember.  At Art College and University she experimented with other art forms but always returned to painting.  She now works mainly in Acrylics.

She has exhibited with several art societies around the country including The Wildlife Art Society International and Diverse Manners.  Her work has also been shown in the prestigious Celtic Manor Resort and The Oriel Caerleon Gallery.



 Other Info...


Jacqueline A. Gaylard (S.O.F.A, FWASI) was awarded the Llewellyn Alexander Award 2011

for her feline painting " Pure Gold" British Shorthair Blue Cream.  She also won the award for "Keeping Watch" Snow Leopards in the S.O.F.A exhibition in 1999.


Wildscape Magazine article entitled "The Art Of Jacqueline Gaylard"

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