The Net Gallery speaks to UK artist James Earley about the development of his career, his relationship with his subjects – many of whom are homeless – and the powerful realism of his art. An exceptionally talented painter, known for his magnetic, hyperrealistic portraits, James Earley has risen to attention by shining a light on […]
I am proud and honoured to be asked to represent the UK at both the prestigious and important Norman and Florence Biennale. I will post dates and venues later this year and this comes on the back of the London Biennale where I was proud to have won the first prize for my painting The
I am proud to announce that I will soon be represented by the important and exceptional 33 Contemporary Gallery in Chicago. The Gallery is owned by Sergio Gomez and specialises in realism and figurative art. This partnership will develop as I have exhibitions in both New York and Chicago later in 2020
I am proud to announce that I will be exhibiting my work at the important and prestigious Southampton Art Gallery between the 28th September and the 9th November 2019
I am proud to announce that I will be displaying my work at The Other Art Fair between the 3rd and 6th October at Victoria House, Southampton Row, London WC1. My stand number is 121. If anyone would like complimentary tickets please go to theotherartfair.com/invite and enter the code EARLEY.
“The Scream” by James Earley has been shortlisted for the prestigious Sunny Art Prize. The exhibition will take place at The Sunny Arts Centre WC1X 8HR London between the 1st and 31st October 2019
James is proud to be exhibiting at the incredible Other Art Fair between the 4th and 7th July at West handy side Canopy, Kings Cross, London. James will be showing 5 paintings “The Red Road”, “The Place of The Skull”, “Childhood”, “The Yellow Road” and “Rage”. James will also be supporting the charity the Calm
I am so proud to announce that I won the first prize for my painting “The Place of The Skull” at the prestigious London Biennale 2019
I am proud to be represented by the Sinclair Gallery. The Sinclair Gallery is owned by Esther Murphy and specialises in Realism and Hyperrealism. The Gallery can be located at 126 High Street, Rickmansworth WD3 1AB. To contact the Gallery by email. firstname.lastname@example.org
James Earley is proud and honoured to have been chosen to exhibit two of his paintings at the 2019 London Biennale. The exhibition will be on the Kings Road, Chelsea between the 22nd and 26th May. The two paintings to have been chosen are “The Red Road” and “The Place of The Skulls”
James Earley has been chosen to exhibit his “Homeless Series” of work at the Other Art Fair in London in 2019. The event will take place between the 14th and 17th March 2019 at the Old Truman Brewery. “I am honoured to be a part of this event” James Earley 2018
“Shadows”, a painting by James Earley which focuses on the homeless issue in New York has been shortlisted for the prestigious Art Gemini Prize 2018. The exhibition will take place at the Menier Gallery London between the 25th -29th September.
James Earley is proud to be featured in the prestigious Internationale Kunst Heute 2018. This is a book that features the ‘Most Relevant Artists in the World Today”
We are proud to announce that James Earley has been featured on the front cover of Artists on Art Magazine. The May 2018 issue also includes an article as to why James Earley paints the Homeless.
We are proud to announce that James Earley has featured in the April edition of “Artists Tell Their Story” by Brenda Smoake. https://artiststelltheirstories.blogspot.fr/2018/04/james-earley-painter-of-homeless-tells.html
The Reason Behind the Painting It was August 2017 when I visited my home town of Southampton. It was a hot and sunny day and the streets of the city centre were full of shoppers. I noticed what appeared to be a pile of rags, a rag doll perhaps lying on the ground invisible to
The Making of Violet and Blue Silence The two figures are a homeless couple living on the streets of New York. When painting this image the most important thing was to feel the emotional connection between the couple. These emotions are emotions that impact like a hammer. I wanted to create a background which would