PAUL LOCK

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Like his beliefs and former lives, Paul Lock’s subjects are demolished and rebuilt again to find a new truth. The fundamental parts are the same but rearranged and changed forever. After a life changing moment in 2011, Paul realised everything he understood about reality was untrue, his perception of himself and the world around him changed forever. At the same time Paul picked up a paint brush for the first time. Able to see who he was clearly, he began to see, love and paint others. Paul uses colour in a brand-new way, to break down and rebuild his subjects, in what’s now become his signature ‘mapping’ style. Paul said, “I feel like my whole life had been leading me to this moment. I couldn’t have painted before 2011, my mind was too loud, I was confused about life and who I was. It wasn’t until reality shifted, and my mind quietened that I was able to create and paint”. Following two successful solo exhibitions in Fitzrovia, London, Paul is fast building a fan base and his art now hangs in private collections around the world. Paul spends most of his time in his studio, on the bank of the River Thames in Thames Ditton, where he also lives with his wife and daughter.

PAUL LOCK

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Like his beliefs and former lives, Paul Lock’s subjects are demolished and rebuilt again to find a new truth. The fundamental parts are the same but rearranged and changed forever. After a life changing moment in 2011, Paul realised everything he understood about reality was untrue, his perception of himself and the world around him changed forever. At the same time Paul picked up a paint brush for the first time. Able to see who he was clearly, he began to see, love and paint others. Paul uses colour in a brand-new way, to break down and rebuild his subjects, in what’s now become his signature ‘mapping’ style. Paul said, “I feel like my whole life had been leading me to this moment. I couldn’t have painted before 2011, my mind was too loud, I was confused about life and who I was. It wasn’t until reality shifted, and my mind quietened that I was able to create and paint”. Following two successful solo exhibitions in Fitzrovia, London, Paul is fast building a fan base and his art now hangs in private collections around the world. Paul spends most of his time in his studio, on the bank of the River Thames in Thames Ditton, where he also lives with his wife and daughter.

EXHIBITIONS

EXHIBITIONS