Sara Butt Wildlife Art

original paintings - equine & feline art
limited edition prints


Artist Sara Butt


Thank you for visiting sarabutt-art. I live in Poole, Dorset, and studied Illustration and graphic design at Bournemouth Art College. My career started part-time with commissions of domestic pets, whilst I worked full time as a designer for a local company. When my family came along I left work and became freelance leaving me more time to concentrate on my painting.

Wanting to keep up with my interest in animals, especially cats as they have always been a big part of my life since I was a very young child. I was exhibiting in a London gallery and by chance found out the same gallery held an exhibition for the Society of Feline Artists (SOFA). After my first exhibition with SOFA I became a member and have shown my work with other feline artists at the Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, as well as in Bristol, Wareham and other local events. Before joining I never realized what a world of cat lovers we are!

I also became more involved with animals through my love of Wildlife; working with wildlife constantly motivates me, capturing their expressions, the eye contact and the natural colours in the texture of fur, skin, and feathers when I’m really up for a challenge! And of course portraying such beautiful animals that are so vulnerable on this planet we share. But also being able to exhibit at David Shepherd - Wildlife Artist of the Year for a number of years now, and other events, that give back to conservation to help and protect these incredible creatures.

My works is mainly exhibited in the South and North of England and are sold to art lovers all over the world. If you want to be informed of upcoming exhibitions please email me HERE


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