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Painter Justin Pearson completed his Bachelor of fine Arts at Byam Shaw School of Art in U.K. In 1988. He has by galleries in Wellington, most recently in Mittagong NSW. Mr Pearson has been exhibiting his distinctive attractively circumscribed style of fine arts painting from beautifully executed portraits to scenes of fleeting and whimsical moments in mythology and everyday life, since the 1980's.
Close to home Justin Pearson's works have been submitted in many solo exhibitions and to his name he has won much acclaim with sales all around the world. Justin's has held a deep interest in major opera performance for many years with a particular affinity for for the dramatic work of German Theatre Director and composer Richard Wagner. As an unofficial passionate artist in residence at the English National Opera Theatre, he has spent many hours observing rehearsals from the wings, creating observational sketches and developing his style of dramatic conceptual ideas for paintings. Mr Pearson's (interest for opera has led Mr Pearson to lately paint a portrait of baritone Jud Arthur, from The Australian Opera Company, for entry in the Archibald prize.
Artist Justin Pearson, Education includes but is not limited to 1985-88: Bachelor of Arts, Byam Shaw School of Art, London. His Major Exhibitions have included; 2014 Maunsell Wicks Galleries, Paddington, Sydney and 2011 Sohi Art Gallery, Group Show, Bowral, Southern Highlands
Justin's Major Awards have been; Adam Portrait Award, Highly Commended, 2008, New Zealand Portrait Gallery, Wellington
In Justin's studio work, he has been working on a series of paintings based on Conductor Composer Wagner. These dramatic paintings show the motifs and narratives of rhetorical historical anthropological, love and power. Mr Pearson is interested in the timelessness in Wagner's work and their comments on politics and love.
One of Justin's exhibitions was at Gallery Bodalla from January 18 to February 25, 2018.
His paintings include; Where Fear Fears to Tread - Mittagong Caves - oil on canvas 140x100cm, Orpheus in the Underworld, ( composer Offenbach ). Drawing, 157.5 H x 157.5 W x 0.4 in Justin Pearson Australia and Zeus with a day off By Justin Pearson 2011. oil on canvas. - at Maunsell Wicks Gallery
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