As a child the now acclaimed contemporary abstract wildlife artist, Robert Oxley harboured ambitions of growing up to be a zoo keeper. And while he never realised his early dreams in a more conventional sense, what the much sought after Oxley did go on to achieve through an altogether different relationship with lions, tigers and elephants is the stuff of illustrative legend. The best-selling fine art exponent returns this summer 2017 with ‘Instinct’; a collection of hand-embellished and signed boxed canvases which graphically meld his passion for both animals and music. Speaking on the very subject, Oxley describes his very latest offering from said portfolio – the unusually-entitled, ‘Arrasse’ as; “An old Druid name (the title) for stag used in ceremonies, chants and when used to describe the stag in ancient, mythical terms. I always go into the forest when I’m home, real early in the morning just as the daybreaks, sit and watch the moisture rise, and you’ll always see deer looking for breakfast.'” Should you wish to buy into this compositional ethos, then be sure to contact us ASAP to avoid disappointment.