Cellist Turned Artist

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Self portrait 2020 Charcoal on paper

Solo Exhibitions

Wigmore Hall, London

St Johns, Smith Square, London

Brent Arts Council, The Stables Gallery

Fountain Gallery, Hampton Court

Hastings Arts Forum


Group/Shared shows

Rye Society of Artists Summer Shows

The Painters and Potters Guild

Trinity Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells

Coastal Currents Selected Artist, The Stade, Hasting 2018

Hastings Arts Forum 2018, 2019, 2020

SoCo (South Coast Artists) The Stade, Hastings 2019

Hastings Arts Forum 2020



Based in St Leonards on Sea, one time cellist, moved to south coast in order to concentrate on painting.  Architectural subject - buildings, structures and even plants have been an inspiration for his work for as long as he can remember. 

Until quite recently, he worked almost entirely in water colour, but chose to migrate to painting in acrylics on canvas in order to explore picture making on a larger scale.


Working mainly from drawings and sketches, and imagination, he aims to articulate a response to the exotic and mundane aspects of the world as he experiences them, be it life in St Leonards or further afield. 

He divides his time between painting, exhibiting and working at Hastings Arts Forum as gallery co-ordinator. 

Commercial Galleries

Chalk Farm Gallery, London

Thames Galleries, London

Alexander Llewellyn Gallery, London

Rye Art Gallery

Turtle Fine Art, Rye.


email: mt.bradshaw57@gmail.com