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Richard Winkworth’s work depicts stylistic and vibrantly coloured still-lifes. The cups, bowls, plates and jars, however, are arranged to create visual illusions of perceived space, creating distortions of scale which have the power to make any space seem larger.

Educated at Brighton University, UK, he completed his formal training with an MA from the prestigious Chelsea School of Art, London. Since his graduation in 1986 he has exhibited across the world including Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, USA and the United Kingdom, most recently holding a solo exhibition at John Martin Gallery, London in 2005. In 1991 he was awarded the Spectator Magazine First Prize and Purchase.

His work is represented in the corporate collections of Unilever, Xerox, Mandarin Oriental and Adam & Co, to name just a few and can be found in private collections worldwide. Richard Winkworth was born in India and spent his formative years in South East Asia.

Richard Winkworth

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Richard Winkworth Limited Edition Plates - Set of 4

HK$4,400.00

A boxed set of 4 fine bone china sinner plates by Richard Winkworth (edition of 50)

Richard Winkworth has exhibited across the world including; Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, USA, and the UK.  Born in India, he has spent for most of his lhis time between Hong Kong and the UK. Richard was educated life in the Far East and now spends at Brighton University and Chelsea School of Art, UK and in 1991, was awarded the Spectator Magazine Art Prize, First Prize, and Purchase.

Richard Winkworth Limited Edition Mug

HK$240.00

Richard Winkworth's mug is a take on a traditional blue and white ceramic willow pattern depicting his unique interpretation of contemporary scenes of Hong Kong. Winkworth has exhibited across the world including Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, USA and the UK. Born in India, he has spent for most of his life in the Far East and now spends his time between Hong Kong and the UK. Richard was educated at Brighton University and Chelsea School of Art, UK and in 1991, was awarded the Spectator Magazine Art Prize, First Prize.

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