James Thompson Arts       contemporary paintings & artist 's prints

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James Thompson A series of 3 screen prints exhibited by the artist James Thompson
A series of screen-prints produced by the artist James Thompson.
Exhibited at Clyde & Co.

James Thompson is a professional fine artist specialising in printmaking   His pictures are available as:

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Individuals, galleries, art dealers, and curators are invited to contact James direct via e-mail: thompson@jhenryj....

Commissions undertaken

Paintings and limited edition prints are available framed with conservation mount or unframed to your choice.

James is based in Surrey, UK

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In the News...

James Thompson's Limited Edition of "Before Sertraline 1994 - 2014" is in the News...

This mixed print and collage, winner of the 2014 Cranleigh Arts Centre Open Exhibition forms the centrepiece of James' solo exhibition, Inside Out and Outside In at the Centre from the 4th to the 15th August 2015. Twenty years in the making, the first colour was printed at Wimbledon School of Art in 1994. It was not until James's joining of Ochre Print Studio that the other elements began to be accumulated, forming a visual diary of prints made at the studio.

James Thompson's Limited Edition of "Towards a Liking for Ladies Shoes" is in the News again...

On Friday 25th of March James showed some of his work at the Ebbisham Centre where Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust  were hosting a reception for Tony Russell on his "What's is all about?" walk.  Tony is walking the length of the country to promote positive mental health through the creative arts and raise funds for both his own Breakthrough Charity and for Combat Sress
James was delighted to present a new print to Tony

PICTURE - Fiona Edwards (Surrey and Borders chief executive) with Tony Russell and Jules in front of "Towards a Liking of Ladies' Shoes"