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Painting now on show at the FOLKSTONE ART GALLERY.

Painting now on show at the FOLKSTONE ART GALLERY.

  Just sent my painting to the FOLKSTONE ART GALLERY - Spring Open Show which is running from - Mar 31 - May 8.  2023 Great selection of work and is well worth a visit if possible. Looking...

New Work

I am very pleased to show the painting that has been selected for showing at the Royal Watercolour Society show from 3rd – 19th March 2023 at the Bankside Gallery – London

Take a look at some of the most recent pieces I’ve completed. If you’re interested in seeing any up close and in person, just visit my news and events page to see where I’m showing.

New work

About Clive Patterson

Clive Patterson (born 1945) studied at Manchester College of Art & Design graduating as a postgraduate 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 and Deal – Kent

New work has recently been shown and sold at the Mall Galleries with the Royal Institute of Oil Painters and the Royal Institute of Marine Artists.


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Artist Statement

Artist's Statement

“I want viewers to connect with the source of inspiration inherent within the paintings, firstly by their recognition of chosen elements, but ultimately to journey into the abstract thoughts around the subject and the scene…”

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