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Graduating in 1987 from Maidstone College of Art, with a Fine Arts BA (Hons) Degree Paul Talbot entered the world of teaching after gaining a PGCE at Bretton Hall, where he met his future wife, Jo.

His role as art teacher rapidly developed to Head of Department, then Head of Faculty, to becoming an Advanced Skills Teacher and finally to the role of Deputy Head at a Special Needs School, Head of Sixth Form which meant that there was little time for creating his own artwork.

Currently he is working as teacher of nurture following a two year period of teaching art, photography and food technology after relocating to Yorkshire.

He has exhibited at the Affordable Art Fairs, BANG Gallery, Sesame Gallery and The Linda Blackstone Gallery, CreARTive 180 Gallery, Open Gallery, EtzChayim Gallery including three one-man shows; selling both nationally and internationally.

Paul Talbot undertakes commissions ranging from wedding artwork, portraits and the ‘very special paintings’. Currently creating artwork from his study/studio before he embarks on building a dedicated art studio. He is a member of WYPW and Wakefield Printmaking Arthouse

Selected to show work as part of a 'Lockdown show' - London

Group Show - Selected works' Leeds

Group Show - 'Winter' Halifax

Paul Talbot has been selected;

Summer Exhibition - NTKO Gallery 

New Beginnings Exhibition - Badger in the Wall Gallery

'PAINT' - Fronteer Gallery

He has work featured in;

Manchester Art Fair  

BANG Gallery - London.

New York 

Austin, Texas

Singapore

Battersea 

Hampstead 

FreshArt Cheltenham

Holmfirth West Yorkshire

His other interests, apart from art and painting are: following QPR (a season ticket holder for many years, currently supportig local team - Huddwrsfield); being involved in Rugby – previously Pinner RFC and Fullerians

Music – Paul Talbot manages Indie Rock band ThreeStreets and the usual reading, cooking (it’s safer!) and comedy.

contemporary artist paul talbot creating edgy, quirky, humorous images using varied colour palettes convey thoughts we all ha
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