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Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery

Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Wallsworth Hall, Twigworth, Gloucester, GL2 9PG

A celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Society of Wildlife Artists
19th September to 22 October 2023
Open Tuesdays to Sundays 10 - 5pm

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Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
'Common toads and an old nest box'

Sometimes human artefacts can benefit wildlife. Toads do climb and have been recorded as sheltering in bird nest boxes where they find safety from predators and have a ready supply of insect prey!


The Society of Wildlife Artists (SWLA) annual exhibition
The Mall Galleries, London SW1

Open Thursday 2nd November until Sunday 11th November 2023
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

Works are also online and for sale at

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Both pieces are wall mounted sculptures and will be included amongst Jill's work in the Society of Wildlife Artists exhibition.
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
'Running out of time'

Human encroachment leading to habitat loss is one of the main reasons that these endangered arboreal alligator lizards are literally running out of time.

Royal Society of Miniature Painters, Sculptors & Gravers

Opens at the Bankside Gallery, Thames Riverside, 48 Hopton Street, London SE1 9JH

Wed 28th June - Sat 8th July 2023 from 11am-6pm each day. 

Hydrothermal vent
In 2018 Jill’s 2 metre high ceramic Sea Chimney or Hydrothermal vent, was awarded the top prize at the Society of Wildlife Artists SWLA) exhibition, the Terravesta Award.

The Sea Chimney was also exhibited along with associated sculptures, at Nature in Art, in March 2019.


Published by The Langford Press

Could this be the very first book on the subject of reptile sculpture? Certainly it is the first such book to be published by the Langford Press. Jill Moger's book is not exclusively about her renowned ceramic sculptures of reptiles however as the title "Reptile to Reef " suggests. Her work depicting coral reefs is included in the book as are her sculptures of insects created using ceramic and wire.

The book begins with a foreword by the fine art journalist, writer and broadcaster, Anthony J Lester FRSA, in which he describes Jill as a 21st century master of her craft. Following this, "Beginnings" is a short autobiography which gives the reader an insight into Jill's early fascination with wildlife, the burgeoning of creative interest and the discovery of an innate talent from childhood.

The subjects of her sculptures are divided into chapters containing similar species with an overview and a description and one or more photographic illustrations of each. There is a glossary of terms at the end of the book to help the reader with unfamiliar reptilian terminology.

This lavishly illustrated book finishes with a section describing in words and pictures, the entire process of modelling, glazing and firing a ceramic sculpture.

Publication date- September  2014
Price - £38.00
ISBN 978-1-904078-64-7

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Amazon, to your local bookshop.