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FLETCHER SIBTHORP

QUIET SPACE SERIES - NEW AND SELECTED WORKS 2024



FLETCHER SIBTHORP

QUIET SPACE SERIES - NEW AND SELECTED WORKS 2024

FLETCHERSIBTHORP.COM



IS THE DARKNESS OURS TO TAKE

Oil on Panel 12 x 12 INCHES | 30 x 30 CM



HOXTON HOTEL

Oil on Panel 12 x 13 INCHES | 30 x 33 CM



UNICORN

Oil on Panel 14 x 11 INCHES | 36 x 28 CM



CARBON

Oil on Panel 12 x 10 INCHES | 30 x 25 CM



ORIGAMI UNICORN No.1



ORIGAMI UNICORN No.2


SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY FLETCHER SIBTHORP

Communication Arts Illustration Annual. 35. 1994. pp. p87 and 108–109. CA published awards in 3 Annuals ISBN 0010-351:

Step-by-Step Graphics magazine: pp. 77-82Davies, Susan (January/February 1996). “Motion Pictures / The Need to Develop” (in English) (USA magazine)

Communication Arts Illustration Annual. 37. 1996. pp. p27.

Communication Arts Illustration Annual. 38. California 94306I: Coyne & Blanchard. 1997. pp. p96.

Art Business Today (UK: Fine Art Trade Guild): pp. p54-59Ruston, Annabelle (October 2005). “The cream of the crop” (in English) (magazine)

Ballet.co Magazine. Carole Edrich (June/July2005). “Fletcher Sibthorp - ‘Painting Passion’”

Passion - Fletcher Sibthorp -Paintings, Drawings and Studies 1998-2005. UK: Buckingham Fine Art Publishers.. ISBN 0954938208.

Art Business Today (UK: Fine Art Trade Guild): pp. p38-45 and p9 Ruston, Annabelle (October 2006). “A cut above” (inEnglish) (magazine)

Art Business Today (UK: Fine Art Trade Guild): pp. p54-59Ruston, Annabelle (October 2005). “The cream of the crop” (in English) (magazine. See also

The Elmbridge Lifestyle Magazine (plus 6 other titles across Surrey)

(Sheengate Publishing Limited= UK): pp. p17.Cordrey, Carol (February 2008). “Art Movement” (in English) (magazine).

The Artists and Illustrator Magazine (January 2009)Self Portrait p98 (in English) (magazine).

The Guide Artist Magazine Issue 55 May 2022 (Cover and article P36-51)

Fletcher Sibthorp Monologue The Guide Artist Publishing ISBN9788412606652

WIKIPEDIA

Wikipedia entry http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fletcher_Sibthorp


SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

1992 ‘In Motion’ - London, UK

2000 ‘Quiet Space’ - The China Club, Hong Kong

2000 ‘Flamenco I’ - Tokyo, Japan

2002 ‘Flamenco II’ - Tokyo, Japan

2004 ‘Flamenco III’ - Kyoto, Japan

2005 ‘Passion’ - Studies in Dance - Cork Street Gallery, London,

2006 Selected Works - Medici Gallery, Cork Street, London

Selected Works - Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan

2007 Selected Works - Medici Gallery, Cork Street, London

Selected Works - Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan

2008 Selected Works - Medici Gallery, Cork Street, London

2009 Selected Works - Shibuya Ku, Tokyo, Japan

2010 Selected Works - Medici Gallery, Cork Street, London

Selected Works - Shibuya Ku, Tokyo, Japan

2012 ‘Transition’ Selected Works - Heartbreak Gallery, London

2014 Winner of the 10th ARC ( Art Renewal Centre ) Salon in

three catagories; Best Nude, Chairmans Choice Award and

Honorable Mention in the Figurative Category Award

Joint exhibition - Blackheath Gallery Spring Collection

Joint exhibition - Blackheath Gallery Winter Collection

2015 Finalist of the 11th ARC ( Art Renewal Centre ) Salon in two

catagories, Chairmans Choice

Joint exhibition Winter Collective – Albermarle Gallery

Joint exhibition - Blackheath Gallery Summer Collection

2016 Solo exhibition Belgravia Gallery, Mayfair

2018 Solo exhibition Catto Gallery, London

Finalist of the 13th ARC Salon

2019 Finalist of the 14th ARC Salon

2020 Joint Solo exhibition Catto Gallery, London

2021 Finalist of the 15th ARC Salon

2022 Finalist of the 16th ARC Salon

2013 Ninth solo exhibition Obsession of Art Gallery Tokyo Japan


Inspired by filmic imagery, theatre sets, and period interiors, Fletcher Sibthorp’s atmospheric

and enigmatic paintings are cloaked in shadow and explore the emotional states

of people; with scenes conveying existential thoughts and feelings of solitude.

Sibthorp’s compositions evolve from an archive holding thousands of found and personal

photographs. Using instinctive, expressive brushstrokes, Sibthorp de-familiarises his

source imagery by breaking them down with a process he calls Entropy. The artist begins

by painting in the classical style and then breaks down and repaints using a number of

expressive and serendipitous methods - a process reflecting the body’s own destruction

and rebuilding.

While stylistic references include turn-of-the-century Nordic figurative painting, classical art, and a contemporary vernacular, Sibthorp’s

evocative use of pictorial space and his juxtapositions of expressive abstract mark making combined with classical painting techniques are

uniquely his own.

Sibthorp says “For me the process of creativity is the search for the divine; not in a religious sense but trying to discover a doorway where

life experience becomes more than the sum of its parts and to touch that part beyond existence through painting; to draw the viewer into

that otherworld if only for a second.”


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