Now best known for his
semi-sculptural work,John Neville did not start painting regularly
until his early twenties. Developing a colourful and unusual style
his early work was mainly industrial vistas and figure compositions
but after a ten year period in London he returned to Scotland and
spent a lot of time in the Highlands. This inspired a move to
Encouraged by the results of this
new subject he left his job as a in 1995 to devote more time to
painting. Always experimenting, he allows his technique to
develop, and, over the last few years his work has evolved into a
low-relief style while retaining the use of colour.
He lives in Perthshire with his
wife and two children. He has exhibited in London and Sussex,
Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee and is currently exhibiting at several
venues around Scotland.
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