Artist chris may

chris may

Artist from United Kingdom

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About the artist chris may

"Chris May is a painter who creates captivating works that delve into the realms of spirituality, symbolism, and metaphysical exploration. His art invites viewers on a journey of self-discovery, compassion, and forgiveness, as seen in his standout pieces 'Tree of Forgiveness,' 'Celestial Reverie,' and 'Circle of Compassion.' With a distinct blend of visual storytelling and emotional resonance, Chris' paintings offer a truly immersive experience for art enthusiasts."

  • Community member since April 28th, 2024
  • Kind of fine art:Painting
  • Open to collaboration with curators and galleries
"The unexamined life is not worth living." Socrates ''My art explores life's big questions, sparking introspection and conversation. Join me on a journey of self-discovery and exploration!''


Exhibition 1: Year: 2021 Location: Gallery 6060 Space, Bangkok, Thailand Exhibition Name: "Assembly in Assemblage" (Solo Exhibition) Dates: February 20 to March 13, 2021 Year(s): 4 Exhibition 2: Location: Hyde Park, London, UK Exhibition Name: Weekend Trading regular pitch. Exhibition 3: Regularly exhibited artworks for several years, at st ives in cornwall. belonged to a group of Artists called ''ABANA'' A British Association of Naive Artists, that had shared exhibitions amongst it's members, with independent group shows'' I was part of a quarterly event spread over a year of exhibitions..


"Chris May's artistic journey began at the young age of 16, where he discovered his passion for painting. To hone his skills, he pursued a Foundation Course at Barking and Dagenham in London. at 50 years old in 2011 His talent and dedication earned him a scholarship at the prestigious University of Norwich, where he graduated with a degree in Fine Arts in 2016. And currently lives overseas in south east asia for the last 8 years. Since then, Chris has continued to evolve as an artist, exploring themes of spirituality, symbolism, and metaphysics in his captivating works."

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