A dedicated award winning wildlife specialist with work in local and overseas collections. He takes classes locally and has tutored wildlife art at workshops around Australia and Africa Oct 2010.
He is a regular speaker on Wildlife, Wildlife Art, & photography. Combining his passion, wildlife experiences and stunning images in powerful motivational presentations.
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- Inside History
- Presentation to Steve Morvell’s Wildlife Art Classes…
- About Stephen Powell
- Steve Morvell at Creaturehouse Nature Books
- Wildlife Art Workshops
- Wildlife Already Extinct in the National Gallery Victoria:
- The Wombat dilemma!!!
- The Gorilla Visit – Sabyinyo Group:
- Orange Bellied Parrot Survey
- FREE WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY PRESENTATION
- Judging the Upwey South Primary School Art Show 2013
- African Village church. A question of priorities!
- Friends of Hazel Vale Valley’s new banner featuring my Powerful Owl Drawing
- Artist Photographer Guided African Safari 2013 with Stephen Powell & Steve Morvell
- ‘Infinity logging’ is Napthine Government the new law!
- Mungo National Park
- The Wildlife Art Museum of Australia will be an Australian first.
- Steve Morvell & Stephen Powell Wildlife – Artist Photographers Guided African Safari. 2012
- Lyrebird Song
- A walk in the forest!
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Monthly Archives: December 2010
It is the end of the dry winter period. Huge thunderstorms are rearing up at the end of each day. Bathed in the light of the setting sun. Some just resulting in a spectacular lightening show but just a few … Continue reading
Morning and afternoon game drives around Kruger National Park. 5am – 9 or 10. 3pm till getting inside the gate by 6:30pm. This was a flexible arrangement as there were distractions that kept us out longer – such as herds of elephants surrounding the car, … Continue reading
Home from Wildlife Art Workshop in Makalali Reserve and 2 weeks in Kruger National Park. 15000 photographs and videos to sort through. So just a brief post!