Lot 125 - Tin Stanton - The Point
Ink and Charcoal on Paper
A6 (10x15cm) Original Artwork
Signed on Verso
Tin Stanton is a creative artist from Bristol with a passion for painting. His study of traditional impressionist techniques and his experience as a photographer enable him to deliver the dramatic through the use of colour and light, giving his paintings an intrinsically cinematic feel.
With several works claiming finalist positions in galleries in London, Birmingham and Doncaster in 2021, Tin Stanton has also had his own solo exhibition in the D31 Art Gallery, Doncaster in 2022 as well as a painting displayed in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.
2019-22 - First Class BA (hons) Drawing & Print (University of West of England)
2022 - 2023 MA Graphic Art (current study)
Visitors – D31 Art Summer Exhibition Finalist (D31 Doncaster) 2021
The Heat - Clifton Arts Summer Exhibition (Bristol) 2021
From Dust – UK Coloured Pencil Society 2oth Anniversary Gala(OXO Tower Bargehouse, London) 2021
Above New London – The Artist Lounge Finalist, Artist of the Year (Online, Magazine) 2021
Day at the Beach / Above New London – April Fish - Round Lemon (Zest, Birmingham, Online, Magazine) 2021
Sol IX / The Towers – D31 Art Gallery Winter Exhibition (D31 Doncaster) 2021
Visitors Solo Exhibition – D31 Art Gallery (D31 Doncaster) 2022
Visitors II - Objects In Mirrors Are Closer Than They Appear - UWE / Jan-Philipp Fruehsorge (Centrespace Gallery, Bristol) 2022
Perspective / GET OFF MY LAND! / The Towers II - Doncaster Art Fair (Doncaster, Online) 2022
The Clearing / Dreaming Northward / Fire at Fox Cove - D31 Art Gallery Summer Exhibition (D31 Doncaster) 2022
The Towers II – Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (London) 2022
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
Tin Stanton's postcard submissions form part of his ongoing futuristic exploration ‘Visitors’; a collection of beautiful yet haunting paintings underpinned by a dark, insightful world of drawings, photographs, digital works, sculpture and text, which raise questions about aspects of our own futures in a way that is both convincing and compelling.
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