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Amelia Siddle has been a member of the Young Kennel Club since 2002 and began working with oil paints on canvas two years later. She produced her first commission at the age of 14 and was taken on by Sally Mitchell Fine Arts when she was just 16.
Her painting career has blossomed since then and her work has been featured in the Kennel Club Art Gallery in London, as well as the Society of Equestrian Artists exhibition in Newark, New Jersey. Amelia has also held a solo exhibition, entitled The Pointer in Art in Clevedon, Somerset.
The artist is no stranger to success in the show ring herself and is heavily involved with her family's Wilchrimane pointers along with her mother Annette. In 2012, Amelia was commissioned to paint the Crufts best in show winner.
"I feel incredibly privileged to be able to paint the Best in Show at Crufts and hope it could potentially become the first of many beautiful dogs I get to capture in their prime. It's something you think about but for it to become reality is just fantastic."Find out more about Amelia's art