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Tim Fawcett - Painter 

Purposely unlearning the skills and creative process, Fawcett approaches his work with a child's free spirit, He embraces error and irregularity as key elements of his oeuvre. He continuously strives to create distance between his adult self and the final result, realising complex concepts and expressing a powerful metaphor and symbolism, namely the misuse of power with impunity.


The speed at which he works often captures the energy, fed by his emotional response to current affairs, and in turn often transposes into a powerful kinetic energy in his painting. 


The focus of the painting process in the chairs series may take seconds to compose relying on instint and knowledge of painting, then may be reconsidered and over-painted entirely and completed within minutes, achieving a one-hit composition whenever possible.


Historically the humble chair can be symbol of authority, broken authority or the result of destructive authority on citizens.



“I’m a huge fan of Cy Twombly because of his amalgamation of raw gesture and conceptualism, and Edvard Munch for his depth of emotional intelligence and his ability to harness this in a painting. Music of course plays an essential part in his process too, both lyrically and sonically.

Tim Fawcett is based in Isle of Wight, UK, his work has been exhibited extensively throughout the UK and shown in Italy, France and USA. 




2021  Arch Window Gallery, Isle of Wight.

2020 "Edge of Abstraction", Aspire, Ryde. Curated by Jan Johnston and Zoe Barker

2017 “Life is Modern Rubbish” Jackhouse Gallery Portsmouth

2013 "Distillation" Redrooster, Brighton  


2023 DeBois Design, NYC show home exhibition

2023 Peer Studio & Gallery, Ventnor, UK - collaboration with Kathy Williams PADA installation 

2023 Canary Wharf show home commission

2023 Art Vin 3, Quillan, Occitanie, France.

2023 The Halland Gallery, Isle of Wight.

2023  Lido Stores, Margate, Kent

2022  The Other Art Fair London

2022  Riboleau Open studios group show

2022  Arch Window Gallery, "Blue and Yellow" Ukraine fundraiser

2021  Flowers Gallery London, Small is beautiful XXXIX

2020  JP Art Gallery London, Autumn and Winter Exhibitions

2020  Artists for NHS, St Mary's Hospital, Newport

2020  Artists for YMCA fundraiser, donated works for young carers

2020  The Other Art Fair, Trueman's Brewery, London Mar 19-22nd POSTPONED

2019  Open Studio , Ryde, Isle of Wight

2019  Quay Arts Gallery, Isle of Wight - Group Showcase

2018  Dynamite Gallery, Brighton -Group show,

​2017  Camaver Kunsthaus, Italy, 

2017  Affordable Art Fair Battersea, London

2016  DMH Stallard London, Group show

2016  Ink-d Gallery Group show

2016  Shortlisted for National Open Art Competition

2016  Art for Syria Auction donation

2016  Big Heart Charity Auction donation

2015  Galerie de Francony -  Selected works

2015  King's Hill Gallery, Kent, UK  

2015  DMH Stallard, Gatwick, UK

2015  Ink-d Gallery - summer group show

2015  Saatchi online "Artist of the Day" 

2015  Spring Show Jeffrey Meier Gallery New Jersey 

2014  Phoenix Gallery Brighton "A3" group show & auction

2014  Phoenix Open Studios

2014  Ink-d Gallery Brighton  "Pushing Paint"

2013  Affordable Art Fair - Battersea, London

2013  JAG Gallery –Brighton

2016  Willow foundation Charity Art Auction

2012  Affordable Art Fair - Hampstead, London

2012  Affordable Art Fair - Battersea, London

2010-2012 Lilford Gallery, Canterbury

2009  Ink-D gallery Brighton - "pushing paint" group show

2009  No Walls Gallery - group show

2009  First Floor 2 Gallery -group show


Plus Various International Private Collections,

Commercial collection owned by Canary Wharf Group

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Smith, Sandra: “In the Frame”, Hampshire Life, January edition, 2018


Crowe, Rebecca: “Modern Rubbish is Life”, Solo exhibition catalogue, 2017


Giornale di Lecco: “Villa Monastero ospita l’arte internazionale”, Italy 8th June 2017


Williams, Kathy (MH Arts): “Unmade”, group show, Foal Arts, Ryde 2017

Private Collections

UK, Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Australia, USA, Japan and Israel.

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