Stuart Pearson Wright: English Portrait Artist
In this episode we are delighted to be joined by English artist and judge of the Waverton Art Prize 2022, Stuart Pearson Wright. We discuss how Stuart’s early life and time at The Slade School of Fine Art influenced both his work and work ethic and we try to establish the difference between creative and commercial value.
The Waverton Art Prize was launched to support emerging artists and to showcase the very best in contemporary art. Shortlisted work will form an exhibition at Alice’s Oyster Bar and Gallery in London and can be purchased online. To view the Waverton Art Prize Exhibition online visit www.boisdaleart.co.uk
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