Let me tell you about me ………..

 

I’m a surrey born Artist who studied at guildford art school and wolverhampton university.

My love for art started as a hobby as 5 year old child, drawing things whilst at church every Sunday. This developed into drawing on a daily basis as it was my way of distracting myself of the racism I suffered at Junior school. This is something that I turned from a negative to a positive as my art represents my determination to excel in life no matter the challenge and ultimately made into a strong person.

My love for art grew through my love for wildlife, as I grew up having chickens, ducks, pigeons and etc. I drew all my pets and general wildlife that came into our land, this is the reason why I’m now a wildlife artist.

My Art are all drawn freehanded in pencil and then painted in black ink. I specialise in wildlife art and most of my current work are based on the animals I now raise as a smallholder. I splatter the ink at the end, and I do this because I believe it captures the movement and characters of the animals that I paint.

I have a diverse background in both the art and fashion industry, so the projects I have been involved in reflects my versatile background.

All of my prints art limited edition and hand signed and numbered.

Those who would like to enquire more about my work and commissions please contact via the following channels below.

Email- colin.artistdesigner@outlook.com

Instagram- @colins_art_designs

 

 

SAMSUNG CSCMounted print

 

 

SAMSUNG CSCFramed Paintings

 

 

Life size print

 

 

SAMSUNG CSCSolo Exhibition

 

 

SAMSUNG CSCSolo Exhibition

 

 

Media Work

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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