Here you can find information of each artist who will be showing at the next Roy’s People Art Fair including exhibitions, achievements and sample works.
Since graduating from Falmouth University, Will Claridge has maintained a grasp on the art industry and has continued to develop his knowledge and experience through internships and networking. He is currently working as Gallery manager at Laura Lea Design and Art Fair Manager at Roys People Art Fair alongside his own artistic practice.
Painting, Installation, Photography/video and performance are a few of the disciplines and mediums which allows Claridge to work freely in interpretation and experimentation. His biggest inspiration is the poetics of everyday life and how people live. Throughout his time at Falmouth University, Claridge’s primary ambition was to create art that evoked a perceptive change in people. For the viewer to change their mind on a piece of work. To create an insight into ‘the everyday’ by presenting a montage of mundane events, to capture moments of raw life as it occurs and relay it back into a space.
This recent series ‘Cultural Landscape’ explores his perspective from different cultural settings around Europe, Africa and India. All paintings in this series are inspiration taken from his travels and deliver an insight into an ever-changing landscape of form and colour. Each painting, although understood by the artist as a specific location, can be open to interpretation with its impressionist style.