Printable 2020 Wildlife Calendar by The Devon Artist, Paul Hopkinson
My wildlife calendar for 2020 features 13 of my recent original watercolour paintings. Indeed I’m not going mad, the 13th picture is on the cover!! Each month is individually designed with a colour coordinated theme to match the main subject. Consequently you can change the look of your wall every month. You will not only be wondering what animal or bird comes next but what colour it is too!
Each day has a good sized space for writing all those special and important dates throughout the year. In addition weekends are in a slightly darker colour. For many of us these are special days and we really look forward to them. Indeed the darker colour let you see at a glance what exciting things you have planned for your Saturdays and Sundays.
I have kept the images large so you can see the details, but you can print your calendar off in any size up to A4. You may even want a little miniature printable 2020 wildlife calendar to keep in your pocket or bag! Why not try an online or local print firm if you don’t have a printer?
Printable downloads not only cut down the calendar’s carbon footprint but are a flexible way for you to purchase a product and print it to a size that suits you.
All the files and photographs associated with this calendar are my original work and are for your personal use only. Neither the calendar or the associated files can be resold or modified for resale or commercial use.
You will receive an instant download with the following included:
High resolution graphics saved at 300 dpi
13 high quality JPG files
1 PDF file with all months included
All printable up to A4 in size (210 × 297 mm or 8.27 × 11.69 in)
A bit about me!
I love to capture the life within my paintings and also enjoy working with the watercolour medium to create fine detail. I am continually adding to my portfolio and draw inspiration from amazing photographers and also the stunning North Devon environment. Take a look on YouTube or Patreon and you may see these paintings being created.
I hope you enjoy my Wildlife in Watercolour all year round.