Robert Fletcher Wildlife Artist
Robert Fletcher Wildlife Studio and Gallery, a unique working studio and dedicated display area of Roberts work.
There is now a wide range of pictures on display, from forest scenes in Grizedale Forest to bird and animal studies. His portrayal of misty woodland scenes in particular, have achieved him widespread recognition.
Original drawings can be exclusively viewed and a range of wildlife cards, mounted prints, framed prints and prints on canvas are availalbe for sale. A small selection of local crafts are available which complement Roberts work.
The garden aviaries have been long established, an eagle owl, breeding pairs of barn owls and birds of prey can be seen. The eagle owl is a firm favourite especially with children.
A dedicated print area has been developed for the production of Robert's work and other artists and photographers. Fine art printing is constantly being developed under the name of Wildlife Design and print, using a Canon iPF8000 44-inch wide format printer.
Printing from media cards and negatives can be undertaken at a reasonable cost whilst you enjoy viewing our studio and gallery, see website for pricing.
There is limited seating, light refreshments, teas and coffees, can be purchased and a picnic area outside is provided for customers only. No admission fee is required but we expect people to support the facilities provided.
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VenueRobert Fletcher Wildlife Artist
Laburnum Cottage, Satterthwaite, Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 8LR
Map reference: SD 338924 Lat: 54.32287 Long: -3.01929
Two miles south of Grizedale Forest park visitor centre in the village of Satterthwaite. The studio is in the centre of the village 20 metres north of the church. Satterthwaite can be reached by following signs for Grizedale Forest Park from Hawkshead in the north or alternatively the A590 from Haverthwaite in the south.
Bus service - X30 Grizedale Wanderer.
Parking : free
Accessible by Public Transport : 9 miles (14.5 kms) from Windermere station
Toilet, wash-hand basin, small groups, picnic area and garden aviaries. Walkers and mountain bikers welcome.
Self-assessed accessibility details
- Designated parking for guests with disabilities
- Within 50 metres approx. of entrance
- The surface of the car park and pathway leading to entrance:
- is gravel
- The route from the parking area to the entrance:
- Has a ramp
- Ramp to entrance
- Entrance is well lit
- Level access (no steps/thresholds) or access by ramp or lift:
- From the entrance to reception / ticket area
- To the gift shop
- Good contrast between the floor and walls
- Contrast markings on clear surfaces such as glass doors
- Visitor information available in large print (14pt and over)
- Seating available for visitors with limited mobility
- Clear signage
- Effective lighting for visually impaired visitors
- Good colour/tonal contrast for visually impaired visitors
- Routes/pathways suitable for wheelchair users or visitors with limited mobility
- Displays at suitable height for wheelchair users / children