​Meet the artist: Leah Gardner

I grew up at animal rescue in Kent. It was a hectic, busy, fun, emotional and hugely influential time of my life!

when I was 15 years old I moved to Arizona and lived there for a year. In that time I got to explore a whole new array of animals, insects and reptiles!

Once back in the UK I was fortunate enough to meet and work with Wizz Clack (Advanced Dressage rider and trainer), our love of animals and art cemented a  fiercely strong friendship, out of this has blossomed Oddly Different.

I adore animals, they have played such an enormous part in my life and i'm sure will continue to do so until the day I die.

I hope that my art reflects this love and captures each animals individual character.

if you are interested in any of my art, or would like to discuss a commission please email  me.

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Available original work:

(All original drawings are sold framed)

"Regal Ruins"

£575

Original pen and pencil on black paper

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"Waiting"

£350

Original pencil on black paper (framed)

Also available as a mounted print  £45

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"Hold Tight""

£350 SOLD

Original polychromos on pastelmat (framed)

Also available as a mounted print  £45

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"Keep Smiling"

£350

Original polychromos on pastelmat (framed)

Also available as a mounted print  £45

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"Stealth"

£400

Original polychromos on pastelmat (framed)

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"Togetherness"

£175

Raku ceramic penguin family 

(These can be displayed as a group or as three individual pieces)

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"Lost"

£95

Ceramic polar bear

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"what ya saying"

£90

Raku ceramic pointer 


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"I See You"

£300

Original polychromos on pastelmat (framed)

Also available as a mounted print  £45


Prints available £45 each mounted

    

    

    

Examples of past work can be seen below:

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