In March 2017, Paul sold a series of five paintings to a collector and investor in fine art portraits. The client visited DegreeArt and was presented with a selection of Paul’s portrait paintings at their London gallery.
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Paul recently worked on a couple of seascape painting commissions for a London based interior design company. The paintings were for a residential property in the South East. The oil painting commissions are bespoke and created to a brief. The aim was to have them work in the space. Click here to learn more about commissioning a painting
To New Seascape paintings have just been shipped to Hong Kong, to a collector, thanks to the Art Agency. The seascapes paintings were “They Dream of Blue” and “Return of the Restless”.
Paul has been included in quite a few of the curated art collections over the past few years. He even made it to the last four of the Saatchi Online Showndown, out of thousands of entries. Paul has been included in the latest collection “New Portraits and Abstracts”, in April 2017.
Art Historian Jessye Bloomfield has included My artwork in her top 10 paintings to covet this Christmas. “Paul’s paintings are abstract and expressionistic rather than representational. In a world where we are surrounded by mass production, Paul’s paintings are deliberately individual and unique. We can see the brushstrokes, the palette knife markings, the paint – […]
In April 2016 Paul travelled to Japan after being awarded a two week residency in Kyoto. While there he expereinced the cherry blossom, visited many landmarks and also had a group show with the painter Laurence Causse-Parsley and print-maker Dominik Wlodarek.
Here is a selection of Paul’s abstract oil paintings on the walls of a property in Hyde Park, London. Candy and Candy were the interior design company that put this selection of contemporary abstract paintings together.
Jo Baring Quote – Curator Jo Baring says, “Paul’s paintings are abstract and expressionistic. In a world where we are surrounded by mass production, his paintings are refreshingly individual and unique. We can see the brushstrokes, the palette knife markings, and the paint – which, combined with his rich palette, result in stunning semi-abstract paintings.” […]
A few of Paul’s abstract paintings were used in the the American TV series Mr. Robot.
Paul won a “Top Ten” Artist Award for the seascape painting “Immortal Sea”. The awards were run by the Abstract Artists Gallery.