His main medium is acrylic using brush and other means of application. His work reflects the influence of the impressionists and especially the Pointillist technique of George Seurat.
He has been a professional artist for the last 12 years. Producing work that includes Corfu in Greece and the North Yorkshires coastal area.
Spending as much time as possible painting studies on site in and around the northern area of Corfu as the weather there is far more conducive to ‘En plein air’ work.
Malcolm has regularly exhibits in the UK and also recently had a successful showing in Greece. He is currently preparing two separate bodies of work to show in Uk and Greece.
Malcolm is available for commissions including Landscape and portraiture
Malcolm also teaches art on a regular basis both privately and within an art club that he has run for five years.
M.A. Painting. University of Hull 2002 B.A. Hons. Visual Art with History. University of York 1999
Awards. 1972 William J Miller award for Art 1972
2005 Hellenic Cultural Centre, London
2005 St James Arts Centre, Scarborough
2006 Thinalian Cultural Office, Corfu Greece
2008 Helmsley Arts Centre
2009 Electric Angel gallery, Scarborough.
2002 M.A. Show University of Hull 2000 Wydale Hall Diocesan centre 2000 B.A. Show University of Hull Currently preparing a body of work for a forthcoming show