Mark Croxford

His 3D work has a non-bombastic, generous and playful approach that follows the direction of contemporary painting.

Mark Croxford's vibrant constructions take as their starting point a confident handling of line, an element which is most commonly associated with two-dimensional work. Here, however, the linear is made three-dimensional. Combined with strong colour these graphic outlines become sculptures which celebrate the interplay between colour and form.

 

EXHIBITIONS
2021, 12 April – 31st May, The Maltings Gallery, Snape Maltings, Spring Group Show

2020, 1 – 31 December, Old Harness Makers Gallery, Group Show

2020, 1 – 30 August Raveningham Sculpture Trail, Norfolk, Group Show

2020, 12 July – 1 November,  A Fine Balance, Contemporary and Country at Houghton Hall Stables, Norfolk, Group Show,
2019, Halesworth Gallery, Suffolk, ‘Transference’, Group Show
2019, David Bowie, Private commission
2019, Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London, 
2019, Halesworth Gallery, Suffolk, Group Show, 
2018, Rise of the Mighty, Palm Tree Gallery, London, Group Show
2018, Rok Box, Installation London Office
2018, Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London
2018, Open Studios, Space Studios, The Triangle, London
2017, Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London
2017, Open Studios, Space Studios, The Triangle, London
2016, Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London
2015, Graphic Narratives, The Mayors Parlour Gallery, London       
2015, Group Show, Lollipop Gallery, London
2014, Open Studios, Space Studios, The Triangle, London
2014, Time Passages, Shipton Street Gallery, London
2013, Found Colours, Broadgate Tower, Broadgate Estates, London

2013, The Poster Show, The Mayors Parlour Gallery, London
2012, Vivid Edges, Shipton Street Gallery, London
2012, Plus Arts Projects, The Mayors Parlour Gallery, London
2011, The London Group Open, The Cello Factory, London
2011, Neon & Vinyl Show, London/Newcastle Project Space, London
2011, Open Studios, Space Studios,The Triangle London
2011, Spring, InstallationThe Arched Window, GP Studios, London
2011, Acid Drops, Libertine Gallery, Soho, London
1995 to current - PUU, Wood Carving Symposiums in Parnu, Valga, Sagadi & Tallinn Estonia