Monday, 14 December 2015

Malcolm Gillespie at bGallery


I have been an artist since I was about 5 years’ old. When I was about 12 years’ old I went to see The Horses Mouth at the cinema, the work of John Bratby has remained an inspiration.
On leaving school I studied design at Brighton Art College from 1960 to 1964 and left with the National Diploma in Design.
As a designer I have produced a variety of work over the years, the consistent customer for over 30 years’ has been the conservation profession.
Visual interest – the nude, bits of seaweed, old logs, plants, trees, stone, beach pebbles, animals that sit still, water, anything God created. More particularly the common factors, the shapes, the colours.

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