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Alan Stephens

Joined Artfinder: Nov. 2015

Artworks for sale: 86

(3)

United Kingdom

About Alan Stephens

 
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  • Biography
    Born in Portsmouth, Alan Stephens trained as an electronics engineer, and took up painting as a hobby in 1974.  In 1990, after 25 years with the BBC,  he started painting full time, and has had a regular stream of commissions for his work, which are mainly portraits, although any subject is undertaken. His landscapes are usually local views around his home in St Andrews, and he mainly uses oils, but occasionally, pastel or acrylic, depending on the size of the painting and the subject matter.
    His work is represented in private collections around the world.

    Alan has been a demonstrator at the Art Materials Exhibition at the 
    Design Centre, Islington London, and was a tutor at the local Adult Education Centres in Oxfordshire, and is a former tutor with the St Andrews Art Club 

    Alan has won many prizes throughout his career.   He was a runner-up 
    in the 1992 national competition for acrylic paintings, organised by the Liquitex Company, and has won the Presidents Prize at the St Andrews Art Club Summer exhibition three times (runner up twice), for the most votes by the general public. In 2009 he won the Sybil Seath Prize, the painting was used on the Poster for the Summer Exhibition and also on the front cover of the July/August issue of the "St Andrews in Focus" Magazine”. Alan is a past President of the St Andrews Art Club.
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    Event: Pittenweem Arts Festival

    Dates: Aug. 3, 2019 - Aug. 11, 2019

    Venue: Pittenweem Arts Festival, Pittenweem, Fife, Scotland

    Pittenweem in the East Neuk of Fife is home to around 30 artists and craft designers. The festival was begun in 1982 by several of these resident artists. Each August since then, it has grown to include 100 or so artists and makers from all over Britain who exhibit in houses, studios, galleries and public spaces throughout the village. To view art in these surroundings makes a refreshing comparison to the constraints of conventional galleries.

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Event: Pittenweem Arts Festival

Dates: Aug. 3, 2019 - Aug. 11, 2019

Venue: Pittenweem Arts Festival, Pittenweem, Fife, Scotland

Pittenweem in the East Neuk of Fife is home to around 30 artists and craft designers. The festival was begun in 1982 by several of these resident artists. Each August since then, it has grown to include 100 or so artists and makers from all over Britain who exhibit in houses, studios, galleries and public spaces throughout the village. To view art in these surroundings makes a refreshing comparison to the constraints of conventional galleries.


 

Biography

Born in Portsmouth, Alan Stephens trained as an electronics engineer, and took up painting as a hobby in 1974.  In 1990, after 25 years with the BBC,  he started painting full time, and has had a regular stream of commissions for his work, which are mainly portraits, although any subject is undertaken. His landscapes are usually local views around his home in St Andrews, and he mainly uses oils, but occasionally, pastel or acrylic, depending on the size of the painting and the subject matter.
His work is represented in private collections around the world.

Alan has been a demonstrator at the Art Materials Exhibition at the 
Design Centre, Islington London, and was a tutor at the local Adult Education Centres in Oxfordshire, and is a former tutor with the St Andrews Art Club 

Alan has won many prizes throughout his career.   He was a runner-up 
in the 1992 national competition for acrylic paintings, organised by the Liquitex Company, and has won the Presidents Prize at the St Andrews Art Club Summer exhibition three times (runner up twice), for the most votes by the general public. In 2009 he won the Sybil Seath Prize, the painting was used on the Poster for the Summer Exhibition and also on the front cover of the July/August issue of the "St Andrews in Focus" Magazine”. Alan is a past President of the St Andrews Art Club.
 
 
 
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