Born in Glasgow, James Fullarton studied at the the Glasgow School of Art under Donald Donaldson, Alexander Goudie and Duncan Shanks. Since gaining his Diploma in Drawing and Painting in 1969, he has worked full-time as a professional painter based in Ayrshire. He is a regular exhibitor with the Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts and has exhibited with the Royal Scottish Academy and lectured for the Scottish Arts Council. He has also won several prizes throughout his career including the David Cargill Award and the Britoil Award.
James is regarded as one of Scotland's leading contemporary painters. He is famed for his powerful style of skilled fluid brushwork, strong colour and broad palette. Working in both oil and acrylic, his subject matter is varied and includes still-life, and his much renowned en-plein air landscape and harbour paintings. James is also a skilled portrait painter.
Vibrant colour, bold compositions and expressive handling of thick impasto paint are typical features of this exciting artist. Working directly from the subject matter, James draws inspiration from the ever-changing light and its effects on everyday objects, allowing him to develop his ideas quickly on canvas. With prominant large brushtrokes and a brilliant eye for colour and light he is a modern day Colourist. Works can vary from small studies, rapidly executed in a spontaneous manner, to very large landscape paintings or dramatic still lifes.
James Fullarton is represented at Wimbledon Fine Art by Judy Stafford of Stafford Gallery. For further information please visit: www.staffordgallery.co.uk or call 020 8944 6593 or 07939 048 436 or email firstname.lastname@example.org