Jeremy Paul stamps celebrating the conservation work of the Manx BirdLife. Six new stamps introduced by Isle of Man Post

Jeremy Paul stamps celebrating the conservation work of the Manx BirdLife. Six new stamps introduced by Isle of Man Post
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StampNews.com is honoured to present the set of six stamps by Isle of Man Post featuring the work of renowned local wildlife artist Jeremy Paul. This, the Post’s eleventh stamp issue with the award winning artist, celebrates the important conservation work of the Manx BirdLife census.

This collection features the following six species of bird found on the Island which are Birds of Conservation Concern in the British Isles; Oystercatcher, Eider, Little Tern, Fulmar, Black Guillemot and Razorbill.

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The works featured on the stamps capture a moment in time, creating a sense of quiet stillness in which wild birds or animals are seen, undisturbed by the viewer. These atmospheric works are an accurate portrayal of the birds in their natural environment.

Jeremy Paul

Lancashire born, Jeremy Paul has lived on the Isle of Man for many years now. He originally trained as a marine biologist and is a completely self-taught artist, the essence of his work being the accurate portrayal of wildlife in its environment. Jeremy has won awards for his work including BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year – Category Winner 2010, 2011, 2012 and the British Wildlife Award at the National Exhibition of Wildlife Art 2015.

He has also just been shortlisted for the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation’s (DSWF) Wildlife Artist of the Year award.

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