Alex Fleming drew inspiration for his artwork “Home” from “a beautiful Rick Beldegreen image which highlights the potency of environmental change on world wildlife. As imposing as this polar bear may be, its very existence is subject to the vast surroundings by which it is dwarfed. Impermanent and unstable habitat conditions remain a source of endless inspiration and beauty.”
Alex Fleming creates realistic art because he enjoys the challenge of it, and finds it very fulfilling to succeed in doing a subject justice as it stands. Alex might alter the odd thing in an artistic rendition, but it is always subtle, and rare. The real, natural world is immensely interesting to him already, so he leaves imagined alternatives to those more appreciative of them. Nature covers a gamut of size, colour, personality and beauty, which Alex feels should be worthy of anyone’s attention. It is also constantly changing, largely for the worse, so he choses to donate a portion of all of his wildlife sales to animal charities.