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Paul Clements is a self-taught, figurative artist who lives and works in South London. He has been creating and exhibiting since the early 1980s in several different types of media, especially wax crayon, ink, oil and acrylic paint. The surfaces he works on can either be new or recycled materials. His intention is always for the artwork to be accessible, relevant, colourful and fun. He has organised solo exhibitions and group shows in spaces ranging from dental surgeries and prisons to London galleries and West End department stores.
St George's Hospital
acrylic on board
H 76 x W 82 cm
purchased from the artist, before 2003