Familiar scenes with a fresh vibrant energy are among the fruits of artist Crispin Heesom’s work in his forthcoming exhibition at the Stamford Arts Centre.
The King’s Cliffe painter, who cuts a fascinating figure on the pavement, verge or fields as he commits his latest creation to canvas, exhibits at the centre’s gallery from December 1 to January 2 (6-9pm).
At the heart of his signature landscapes are drawings and oil paintings that celebrate abstract and figurative interplay in colour-rich subjects, bold rhythms and dynamic forms.
Born in Oundle, Crispin studied at the Byam Shaw School of Art in London.
His work features in a number of regional public collections including Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Cambridge Education Authority and many more private homes.