Born in South Africa in 1949, Errol Norbury displayed artistic prowess from an early age. His innate talent led him to pursue a formal education in art, where he studied commercial art and illustration at the University of the Witwatersrand.
Since embarking on his artistic journey in 1972, Errol has devoted himself to fine art, emphasizing the intricate medium of oil painting. Over the years, he has honed his craft and developed a distinct style that captivates audiences worldwide.
Errol's repertoire encompasses diverse subjects, ranging from majestic seascapes to captivating still lifes, from graceful aircraft to sweeping landscapes and vibrant wildlife to the cherished scenes of his beloved bushveld.
Norbury's artistic endeavors have taken him across the globe, with exhibitions held in renowned galleries not only in the United States and Europe but also in numerous galleries throughout South Africa, where his work continues to garner acclaim.
One of the highlights of Errol's illustrious career came in April 1999 when his masterful painting of a British Royal Navy ship garnered widespread recognition. Presented to Katharine Worsley, Duchess of Kent, this exquisite artwork now enjoys pride of place at the United Kingdom's prestigious National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London, where it serves as a testament to Errol Norbury's enduring legacy in the world of fine art.