Christopher A Gray,  teacher

Christopher A Gray


Chris originally studied at Falmouth University of the Arts. After leaving university he started studying at London Fine Art Studios in 2012 before being asked to teach at London Fine Art Studios in 2015. The studios taught Chris the traditional craft of drawing and painting which gives the students the tools to draw and paint anything using the method of visual abstraction. This method breaks down what we see into simple elements of shapes values and edges, with these tools Chris went onto win various awards. These include winning runner up young artist award and the John Purcell paper award at the Pastel Society, exhibiting there in both 2013 and 2015.

Chris competed in the Sky Arts portrait artist of the year 2014 and was recently asked to exhibit in the Federation of British Artists, Futures exhibition in 2016 winning the Jacksons One To Watch prize.

Chris currently teaches at City Literary Institute, University of the Creative Arts and privately both in person and extensively online, having developed a wide range of skill sets to teach his craft of traditional drawing and painting.


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