Ted Battersea - Artist


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My first artistic experience after school was working as a painter at the Royal Worcester Porcelain Company. I am always accompanied by a sketchbook and my drawings are a true record of my artistic life. Primarily I am a water colour artist but enjoy experimenting with other mediums. I do have a fine art degree and exhibit as widely as possible.

My work has been exhibited at the following venues:

The Barn, Lenham.

Smallhythe Gallery, Tenterden.

  • Stark Gallery, Castle Street, Canterbury.
  • Whiteleys, Queensway, London.
  • Leighton House, Kensington, London.
  • Smith' Gallery, Covent Garden, London.
  • Queen Elizebeth Hall, Westminster, London.
  • The Mall Galleries, Pall Mall. London.
  • Horsebridge Gallery, Whitstable.
  • Creek Creative Gallery, Faversham.
  • The Grand, Folkestone. 
  • The Chaucer Hospital, Canterbury.

I have gained a BA (Hons) degree

in fine art and am influenced by the

works of Cezanne and the Post
Impressionists. I also love the works

of Kirk Jackson, Diebenkorn, Rothko

and Hockney.