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Russell Haines

Joined Artfinder: Feb. 2017

Artworks for sale: 8

United Kingdom

About Russell Haines

 
 
  • Biography

    I became an artist after suffering a stroke and having to give up work 5 years ago. This led to depression. I attended art therapy and have never looked back. Since then I have painted everyday. I now feel healthier than ever and don't require any medication. 

    My first exhibition was of portraits of people who attended Art Therapy with me. It was called “We’re All Mad Here." I have had several solo exhibitions since, the biggest being an Arts Council funded exhibition of portraits of current and ex Gloucester rugby players shown during the Rugby World Cup. I am currently exhibiting my 5th solo exhibition ‘Faith’ which will be shown across the country this year. I am now working on my next two exhibitions 'Hope' and 'Charity' which will be released over the next two years.  

    I have sold portraits as far afield as France, America and Australia. 

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    Event: Faith

    Dates: Jan. 14, 2017 - Feb. 26, 2017

    Venue: Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucester

    ‘Faith’ is a unique exhibition that has been created not only from a love of art but from a desire to explore today's culture, specifically the many different faiths and beliefs of the individual people that live alongside us. The aim is not to look at where we are all different but rather, despite this, where do we all have similarities. The exhibition will use large, bold portrait art combined with some unique video interviews filmed by the University of Gloucestershire to promote unity and help bring communities together.
    The exhibition of 37 large portraits will run for 6 weeks at Gloucester Cathedral before moving to the Christian Arts Festival in Cheltenham and then onto Gloucester College, where it will be used as an educational tool before going on to a London venue. Each subject portrays an individual from a different religion, faith or belief system and includes Zoroastrians, Druids, Witches, Pagans and Baha'i as well as all the other more well know

    Event: Never Step Backwards

    Dates: Sept. 1, 2015 - Oct. 31, 2015

    Venue: Gloucester Museum and Art Gallery, Gloucester

    Exhibition of Gloucester Rugby players past and present in support of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

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Event: Faith

Dates: Jan. 14, 2017 - Feb. 26, 2017

Venue: Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucester

‘Faith’ is a unique exhibition that has been created not only from a love of art but from a desire to explore today's culture, specifically the many different faiths and beliefs of the individual people that live alongside us. The aim is not to look at where we are all different but rather, despite this, where do we all have similarities. The exhibition will use large, bold portrait art combined with some unique video interviews filmed by the University of Gloucestershire to promote unity and help bring communities together.
The exhibition of 37 large portraits will run for 6 weeks at Gloucester Cathedral before moving to the Christian Arts Festival in Cheltenham and then onto Gloucester College, where it will be used as an educational tool before going on to a London venue. Each subject portrays an individual from a different religion, faith or belief system and includes Zoroastrians, Druids, Witches, Pagans and Baha'i as well as all the other more well know

Event: Never Step Backwards

Dates: Sept. 1, 2015 - Oct. 31, 2015

Venue: Gloucester Museum and Art Gallery, Gloucester

Exhibition of Gloucester Rugby players past and present in support of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.


 

Biography

I became an artist after suffering a stroke and having to give up work 5 years ago. This led to depression. I attended art therapy and have never looked back. Since then I have painted everyday. I now feel healthier than ever and don't require any medication. 

My first exhibition was of portraits of people who attended Art Therapy with me. It was called “We’re All Mad Here." I have had several solo exhibitions since, the biggest being an Arts Council funded exhibition of portraits of current and ex Gloucester rugby players shown during the Rugby World Cup. I am currently exhibiting my 5th solo exhibition ‘Faith’ which will be shown across the country this year. I am now working on my next two exhibitions 'Hope' and 'Charity' which will be released over the next two years.  

I have sold portraits as far afield as France, America and Australia. 

 
 
 
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