I've been painting for as long as I can remember - my first memory of school was of painting a bright red house. However, it is only recently that my artwork has become more than just illustration and I am starting to find my artistic voice. It strikes me that some new artwork has become little more than 'creative vandalism' and I seek to oppose that. I want my new paintings to have meaning, tell the world something about me and remain a desirable object of beauty. What benefit is art that no-one wants to look at?
Biography: Chris Booth studied at Maidenhead College of Art & Design and graduated from Kent Institute of Art & Design. He works full time as a graphic designer and illustrator and regularly has work published and displayed worldwide.
Country: United Kingdom (Great Britain)
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