By: Georgia Peskett
Untitled (Gold and Blue)
Oil on Arches Oil Paper,
12' x 15' x 1.2' in
30.5 x 38 x 3 cm
Framed in a very plain white glazed frame.
The artwork comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.
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I am a London-born artist based near to Sheffield.
I began painting during a three year apprenticeship in New York where I spent time painting and working alongside many contemporaries of the hugely influential late Jean-Michel Basquiat. Painting New York cityscapes and figurative urban landscapes, later returning to London where I still draw much of my inspiration, from commuters underground to the ubiquitous facades that surround us daily.
I have been included in many group shows and solo exhibitions in the UK and Internationally. My works are held in public, private and corporate collections in the UK, Hong Kong, US, Australia, Norway, Switzerland, Sweden, Singapore, France and Germany.
The Shard, London, group show, 2019
Artrooms, Seoul, 2018
The Columbia Threadneedle Prize Exhibition 2018, London
Small Print International touring exhibition through several venues 2016 – 2017
Flourish, Shortlisted for the award for excellence in printmaking 2015
Royal Academy Summer Exhibitor 2015, Shortlisted 2016, 2017
Harley Open Biennale Exhibition, Harley Gallery Welbeck Estate February 2015, July 2017.
The Masters, Intaglio Print Exhibition at Bankside Gallery, curated by Norman Ackroyd, 2016
10 Gresham Street, EC2V. Solo Exhibition January 2015.
Shortlisted for the National Open Art Competition, 2011, 2014, 2015
Lynn Painter Stainers Prize, Exhibited 2009, Shortlisted 2014.Visit Artist’s Page