I have decided to do the Parralax fair in Kensington Town Hall in October with just a couple of pictures as its so expensive.. also its my home ground. the place I was happiest. Nostalgia really..
shared Stall H12 wall space size 45 x 70cms [Print-racks, pedestals and shelves cannot be used]
so dont expect much, I'm not .. this is the world of galleries, art for money
Inn on the Green ...Portobello Road
Under the canopy ..Portobello Road
Pleasance Theatre ...Resident artist
2 I dont tell lies
Boys club... Dalston
1 Dead Fox
Gallery Tavid ...Ealing
with Paul Peter Piech , Vresh Kanikanian
Hastings Arts Forum Three Exhibitions
1. Chaos and non conformity,
Bob and Mary's house
Elvers Studio.. Stroud ...Resident artist
Parallax Fair, Chelsea Town Hall 2020
Bob and Mary's house
Gallery Tavid , Ealing...
Elvers Studio Stroud
Gucci Exhibition Stroud
Love Exhibition Stroud
Hastings Arts Forum
Artist description by ArTs Forum
Colin Heavingham is an uncompromising painter choosing
to express with metaphysical images that are resonant with
expectation and unfulfilled energy.
Heavingham’s recent paintings are less to do with romantic
washes of atmospheric colour – reminiscent of both Turner and
Hitchens: images that drew their viewers into a reverie of
Friedrichian contemplation, to more abstracted, spontaneous
layerings of colour and text. Fiercer, more Freudian.
There are deep charcoal vignettes that have forms in common
with De Chirico, although darker and more urgent.
These are images that have a raw visceral immediacy, and are
very much painterly in execution – giving rich texture to the
canvas and enigma to the subject.
Colin Heavingham was born in 1948. He attended Braintree
School of Art and later in 1969 became a sculptor’s assistant for Peter Fagan.
In Seventies London he was variously an art
gallery assistant, painting reliner, picture framer and gilder.
Most recently he has described himself as gallery owner,
painter, artist and filmmaker.
A still from a film made on the beach of removing canvas from the stretcher after the exhibition at the Arts Forum Hastings
Under the canopy .. Portobello Road
Boys Club Dalston