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Keith Brockie has worked as a full-time wildlife artist for more than twenty years. His work has been exhibited around the world and appears in many books. He is actively involved in wildlife conservation, in particular in the successful efforts to re-establish the osprey in Scotland. Six books of his artwork have been published, including Keith Brockie's Wildlife Sketchbook and Rural Portraits. He lives in Fearnan near Loch Tay, where his paintings and drawings can be seen in the Fearnan Gallery.
This is the long-awaited sequel to One Man’s Island published in 1984 and features an entirely new set of drawings and paintings. The combination of breathtaking wildlife images with notes and background information, capture unforgettably the beauty of nature, in particular that of the Isle of May, and make it the perfect gift for any lover of nature and and wildlife paintings and for those who loved Brockie's original Isle of May book.