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Will Teather

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“Very clever... and beautiful.” - BBC News

"Teather's works frequently wrenches us back and forth through time and style; As we are shifted between romanticism and classicism we are left entranced, entertained and certainly captivated by the uncertainties." - Professor Neil Powell, writer for Wall Street International

"Teather's work is arresting, heart-stopping and exquisitely executed." - Laura Williams, Art historian, East Publishing / Art 1821

"A leading UK artist." - Press and Journal, Scotland

 

 Biography

British artist Will Teather (b.1980) is well-known for creating arresting images that reveal a unique imagination combined with a mastery of traditional skills. The artist's figurative paintings and drawings often depict curious characters caught up in uncanny situations. Influenced by magical-realism and lifting motifs from diverse sources such as Flemish still life, baroque art and Weimar painters, the artist enters into direct conversation with the history of painting with the aim of bringing a contemporary sensibility to the table.

Over the last ten years, his artworks have been collected widely, breaking sales records for events including The Other Art Fair and received numerous grants, awards and bursaries. His work has featured in over 100 gallery exhibitions internationally, with recent exhibitions including as a guest artist for Artrooms London, Artwars Miami and as a finalist in the London Contemporary Art Prize.

Following on from his childhood years in rural Norfolk where he was surrounded by religious imagery and books on historical painting, Teather's knowledge of contemporary art was refined through periods of study at Central St Martins and Chelsea College of Art & Design.

After establishing his artistic practice in London, Teather came to wider attention in spring 2007 when he was selected from international applications to be the inaugural Artist-in-Residence for Aberdeen Arts Centre. Following his time in Scotland, the artist returned to Norfolk where he spent over 3 years as the Artist-in-Residence for the Anteros Arts Foundation, based in their Bergh Apton venue and subsequently Norwich, before setting up a permanent studio in the city's cultural quarter. In 2012, as a recipient of the Ruth Katzman Scholarship, he visited New York, USA, where he took part in The Vytlacil Campus Artist-in-Residence Program. He is the current Artist-in- Residence for Norwich Arts Centre and an Associate Lecturer at Norwich University of the Arts.

 

Fractal Paintings

£4,250-£7,500

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Magical Realist Paintings

£575-£10,000

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Painted Spheres and Hemispheres

£9,000-£12,000

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POp art history paintings

£295-£5,000

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Impasto work and life paintings

£800-£5,750

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framed prints

£250-£360

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