Wildlife artist David Miller is best known for his stunning underwater paintings of game, coarse and marine fish, having had his work featured on the UK rod licence and a specially commissioned set of Royal Mail stamps.
He has also appeared on BBC Autumnwatch, Iolo’s Great Welsh Parks and The One Show.
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David Miller Art
Fish, birds, wildlife and landscapes by artist David Miller
About Wildlife Art Prints
As the print range grew it was becoming more and more costly to have copies of our
work printed by outside agencies so with the help of a grant from the Welsh Assembly
we invested in an Epson large format printer and a Keen Cut mount cutter in 2005.
We also started to have all our artwork digitally photographed by Mike Roberts of
Electra Studio's in Port Talbot. Mike had never photographed artwork before so it
was trial and error at first but he now has the perfect set-
She is also very keen to print, wrap and dispatch orders as soon as possible and I know our customers appreciate the effort she puts in. I often joke that if I was the one in charge there would be an ‘allow for delivery time’ of two years!
Our prints can be purchased either with a presentation card mount (as shown below) or plain. Both options have a card back for stability and are wrapped in a polypropylene bag for protection. Of course, this means that we cannot send our prints rolled as many similar businesses do and it can cost a little extra in postage.
However, having received such prints in the past and been disappointed by creases and folds caused by the rolling process, we decided that this was not an option we would offer.
We want you to receive your print in good condition and very few of our orders are damaged in transit. Any that are will be replaced or refunded without a fuss.
Over the years the whole web site has been through several transformations, this being the latest. Hopefully the new site will be more user friendly for those of you with mobile devices.
Since 2000 we had been using the same outdated software and it was beginning to tell. In some ways we were sorry to see the old site go but as it had been growing almost organically for several years it was no longer as clean and navigable as we would have like it.
The current site is still a work-