Mark Barry Timmins / Resume

Mark Barry Timmins / Resume


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               Instagram : @timminsart 



Education : 1991. BA (Hons) Visual Communication (illustration). University of Wolverhampton.


Exhibitions : 2018. Exhibition of Recent Paintings. 54 The Gallery, Mayfair, London.


Group Exhibitions:  2019. ‘Flux Exhibition‘ National Army Museum, London

                             2018. ‘Human’ Espacio Gallery, London.

                             2018. ‘Flux Exhibition‘ Chelsea College Of Arts, London.

                             2017. ‘Art In Mind’ The Brick Lane Gallery, London.

                             2017. ‘Parallax’ Chelsea Town Hall, London.

                             2017. ‘Art Below Regent’s Park’ Le Dame Gallery, London.

                             2017. ‘Association Of British Naive Artists’ The Crypt Gallery, St Ives, Cornwall.

                             2017. ‘Royal Arts Prize 2017’ La Galleria, Pall Mall, London.

                             2017. ‘Focus LDN Spring Collection‘ Menier Gallery, London.


Publications:  Average Arts Magazine. March 2019 

                     WotisArt Magazine. January 2018.

                     Average Arts Magazine. June 2017.

                     A5 Magazine. May 2017. 



54 The Gallery, Mayfair, London.

Artist Statement

I begin a canvas using abstract and random marks. These form not only the backbone of every painting but are also a map with which to journey into each work.
Hidden behind the confusion of brushstrokes there are visual clues that I need to piece together. These eventually become narratives that make themselves more visible as I continue to paint. When the hidden story is revealed I find that a personal memory is connected albeit in a form of allegory.

The subliminal imagery occurring within my work reflects a deep desire for spiritual sanctuary. However these images are not necessarily a safe haven or an escape. They form a visual dialogue between my internal and external selves. Simply put, painting as a means to a better understanding of who I was, who I am and who I could become.



In my studio.