Lot 564 - Sam Jackson - Catching The Butterfly
Lot 564 - Sam Jackson - Catching The Butterfly
Lot 564 - Sam Jackson - Catching The Butterfly

Lot 564 - Sam Jackson - Catching The Butterfly

Oil on Paper

2022

A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

ARTIST INFO

 

Education  

 

Royal Academy Schools, Royal Academy of Arts - 2003-2007 Fine Art Post Grad Diploma  
Middlesex University - 1999-2002 Fine Art 1st Class B.A. Honours Fine Art 
 

Select Exhibitions/Awards  

 

ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS 
2021 Collaborators CHARLIE SMITH LONDON, London 
2019 Chronicles CHARLIE SMITH LONDON, London 
2018 RUN TO ME (with Derek Ridgers | curated by Faye Dowling) Galerie Heike Strelow, Frankfurt 
2017 RUN TO ME (with Derek Ridgers | curated by Faye Dowling) CHARLIE SMITH LONDON, London 
2014 Colossal Youth (Part 2) CHARLIE SMITH LONDON, London 
2014 Colossal Youth (Part 1) VOLTA, New York 
2011 The Fearful Joy CHARLIE SMITH LONDON, London 
2009 Vas Deferens CHARLIE SMITH LONDON, London 
2008 The Cabinet BRAUBACHfive, Frankfurt 
2008 Boundaries Thomas Williams Fine Art, London 
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 
2019 10 Years CHARLIE SMITH LONDON, London 
2019 Plan B David Zwirner Gallery, New York 
2018 Total Eclipse of The Heart - Paintings about Women (curated by Dan Coombs) Watson Farley & Williams, London 
 

Gallery Representation  

 

Charliesmithlondon - London 
Galerie Heikestrelow - Frankfurt 
Galerie Isabelle Gounoud - Paris 
 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork    

 

The works submitted for this years auction depart from my usual use of text and language within the portraits and focus on the beauty and sensitivity of line, form and a limited palette. It allows for a poetic, stillness and intimacy to grow and develop with the audience. 

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