Krysten Newby

UK based wildlife artist, designer and ethical taxidermist

Growing up in rural surroundings full of wildlife and miles of gorgeous countryside, sparked a lifelong love and admiration for the wildlife that lived within it. This passion for British Wildlife reflects in her artwork today, you’ll see it as the main subject – especially birds! In 2014, Krysten graduated from University Campus Suffolk with a First Class Degree in Graphic Communication. After that, she worked at a local graphic design studio as a junior graphic designer, then left a short while after to pursue her freelance illustration and design career. As well as being a qualified graphic designer and illustrator, Krysten also loves to pursue her role as a wildlife artist. She has painted British Birds and wildlife from an extremely young age. In fact, her nan’s most prized possession is a colour drawing of a Jay she drew when she was just 5 years old. Living with multiple chronic illnesses (Rheumatoid Arthritis & Fibromyalgia to name a couple) makes Krysten’s day to day life very difficult. She sees working from home creating art as an absolute blessing, as she is unable to leave the house most days.
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