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Martin Buffery has been involved in the world of art and design since school. Currently employed by Land Rover as an interior design manager, working on vehicles such as the Range Rover Evoque and Land Rover Freelander.

Married, with a beautiful daughter, Martin shares his spare time at home between his family and his artwork.

Martin’s interest in aviation is long standing and led him to gain his PPL flying Cessna C152s from Wellesbourne Mountford airfield near his home.

Clearly Martin’s interest in all things automotive has led to his full time job at Land Rover, however he is also the Treasurer and Membership Secretary for the Guild of Motoring Artists

Martin’s love of the natural world has been life long and he feels very lucky to have been able to observe wildlife all around the world including Africa, USA and Borneo

Martin regularly exhibits his artwork nationally with the Guild of Motoring Artists, Guild of Aviation Artists and the National Exhibition of Wildlife Art.

AWARDS

Winner “Safari Artist of the Year” 2016

Safari Artist of the Year 2015, winner of “Wildlife in colour” & “Wildlife in monochrome” categories

Winner of the ‘Chairman’s Choice’ Award at the Association of Animal Artists Autumn Exhibition 2016.

Selected for the Hahnemuehle 2017 Calendar Painting Competition calendar with “Not Talking”

Winner of the David Shepherd Choice Award in the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year 2014 with “Vulture Club”

WINNER BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year (Black & White Nature Category) 2013 with “Rhino Iguana”

WINNER BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year (Black & White Nature Category) 2011 with “Wathog Love”

Highly Commended in the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year 2012 with “Black Rhino” & 2015 with “Stroll on!”

Runner Up in the Amateur category Wildscape Wildlife Artist of the Year 2011 with “Ruppel’s Griffon Vulture”

 

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