Jeremy Paul Does Private Exhibit for Royals

Jeremy Paul Does Private Exhibit for Royals

In July WWNAG artist Dr. Jeremy Paul was asked to put on a private exhibition for King Harald and Queen Sonja of Norway during ther official visit to the Isle of Man. - The Island has many historical links with Norway going back to the Viking era.

The private exhibition was part of their official visit to the Island to attend the annual Tynwald ceremony. This is a meeting of the Island's parliament which takes place on Tynwald Hill - the site of the original parliament.

The Isle of Man is self governing with one of the world's oldest parliaments going back over 1000 years to its Viking origins - Hence the links with Norway and the visit of their Royal Family.
Jeremy's Exhibit was one several 'stops' on their tour of the Island and consited of 15 paintings. They were very knowledgable on wildlife and in particular they discussed the re introduction of White tailed Sea eagles into Scotland from Norway - a very successful project which began about 10 years ago.

Following is one of the major paintings - now in his one-man show at the 'On the Wildside Gallery' Malvern, England until November 16

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