About Patrick Ryder Art

Hi and welcome! My name is Patrick. I am a self-taught artist, living and working in the rolling Howardian Hills, nestled between the windswept North Yorkshire Moors and the mercurial North Sea. Surrounded by such diverse environments, it is perhaps inevitable that my work is similarly diverse.

I describe myself as a wildlife artist but over the years have found myself stretching this definition to include anything in the natural world, which for me is an inexhaustible supply of captivating shapes, colours and textures. I even find myself drawn to the ancient architecture dotted around my home county of North Yorkshire. Such craftsmanship is the work of human hands but, by virtue of great art and age, now seems to have been embraced by the surrounding nature, each enhancing the beauty of the other.

Over time, my aim is to offer my art in as many forms as possible, including original drawings and oil paintings, museum-grade prints, writing sets, cards and more.

A percentage of every sale goes towards various wildlife and environmental charities. And I am always researching ways to reduce my carbon footprint.

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Bee Wrapping Paper and Matching Swing Tag by Patrick Ryder

Bumblebee Wrapping Paper, Square Card 120×120mm with envelope, and Matching White-Tailed Bumblebee swing tags x three.
Patrick Ryder Art

Luxury Greeting Card Featuring Chanting Hill, Centenary Way, Welburn

Luxury Greetings Card, Eco-Printed on Recycled Card. Includes envelope - also recycled. The card features a painting by local wildlife and landscape artist Patrick Ryder of an ancient oak tree in autumn. The tree owes its distinctive shape to its exposed location, near the top of Chanting Hill, on the Centenary Way, near the village of Welburn in the Howardian Hills. Size 120mm x 120mm. Card is blank inside for your own message.

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