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Lying Low by Paul Bartlett.

With the colder weather setting in and Christmas drifting closer, World Land Trust (WLT) has introduced two new Christmas card designs for 2015.

Both of this year’s new designs have been donated by wildlife artist Paul Bartlett, renowned for his textural pieces and collage work. Lying Low features a Snow Leopard and Dawn Chorus depicts a robin, one of the only UK birds that is known to sing on Christmas day.

Paul is a scientist with a passion for wildlife. He seeks out remote wildernesses for his inspiration, often spending days trekking alone to inaccessible coastal areas and travelling to remote islands. In June, Paul donated to WLT the proceeds of his Back to Nature exhibition at the Scottish Ornithologists Club in Aberlady.

Other seasonal greeting cards are also available, featuring East Anglian artists Steve Cale and Andrew Haslen.

More information

WLT’s wildlife cards come with the option of a seasonal greetings message, or blank for your own message. Orders of at least 150 cards can be overprinted with a special message at no extra cost: orders for overprinting must reach WLT by 1 December 2015.

The Christmas cards are on sale in WLT Art Gallery in Blyth House, Bridge Street, Halesworth, Suffolk IP19 8AB. They are also available to order online, by post or by telephone (01986) 874422.

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