News & Events
So pleased to hear today (14th Nov.) that I have had one of the two paintings that I submitted to the Linden Hall Studio for their annual Winter exhibition accepted for showing. I did my submission painting after a week stay by Derwentwater in the Lake District...
I have been invited to show 4 of my paintings depicting scenes from the Island of Iona which were inspired from a visit to the island in 2016 and are part of a series 12 pictures in total from that trip The exhibtion opens on the 13th October and runs until 18th...
I am showing at the Royal Institute of Marine Artists annual exhibtion at the Mall Gallery from the 11th - 21st October 2018 opens 10.00 - 5.00pm each day https://www.mallgalleries.org.uk/
I will be showing and demonstrating again at the Childwickbury Arts Fair at the fantastic Childwickbury Estate on the Harpenden Road, near St Albans AL3 6JU Friday 6th - Sunday 8th July 2018 Please come and visit, have a chat and see some amazing art, view...
A warm welcome to any website viewers to visit my studio during these following weekends in September at 50 Salisbury Avenue, St Albans. AL1 4TU 8th & 9th 15th & 16th 22nd & 23rd
About Clive Patterson
Clive Patterson (born 1945) studied at Manchester College of Art & Design graduating as a post graduate student in 1974. His study area was Product Design with accompanying studies in fine art and art history.
After a period as a professional designer for a large company, he joined a small product design practice working on a wide range of products, developing them from the initial concept to production.
He has always kept an interest in painting and drawing throughout his career, and now in having retired from commercial work he devotes his time to painting. Clive has regularly exhibited in local exhibitions has sold many pictures in galleries in and around St Albans, where he now lives, as well as galleries in London and Woodstock – Oxfordshire.
New work has recently shown and sold at the Mall Galleries with the Royal Institute of Oil Painters and Royal institute of Marine Artists.