London based artist Jim Hanlon is consistently sought after for his signature figurative work. His paintings are represented in private collections throughout the UK and as far a field as Italy, Belgium and South Africa.
Jim graduated from Kingston University's School of Fine art in the mid eighties.
From which time he has pursued his personal vision in painting. Showing at venues such as the Mall Galleries, Selfridges and the William Blake Bicentenary, Jim has also worked as a sculptor, illustrator and art director, but always returned to his passion for painting.
His facination with observing and recording the quality of light is always at the core of the work. Motifs of the human form are for Jim of primary concern, being the most challenging, elusive and sensual of all.
Jim Hanlon's candid interview, revealing facinating insights into his work and inspirations.
Director - Daniel Okai