Paul Morgan Clarke
Born in the North East of England and inspired by the wild landscapes of Northumbria, Cumbria and the North Pennines, Paul chooses to paint in a wide variety of mediums from watercolour, oils, acrylic to egg tempera (a traditional method of mixing dried pigment with egg yolk)
Paul studied Fine Art and since graduating in 1986, he has worked as a practising Artist and as a lecturer at Sunderland College.
Paul strives to evoke memories through his paintings, to capture the mood and atmosphere created by the fall of light of a moment suspended in time.
He has held many successful one man exhibitions and has exhibited in England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and Norway. Prizes awarded include the John Laing, The Sliver Longboat, a major prize sponsored by Shell UK and The Artist Magazine Prize Winner at Patchings. Paul has work in various private collections and his etchings have been published by Macdonald Orbis in ‘Learn to Print.”
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