Colourworks, 13/04/2018-25/04/2018

This is Malcolm Giladjian’s fourth solo exhibition at the Town Mill; he is still working on larger paintings.

With the use of oil he has a new found freedom in his marks that oil paints allow him to form.

He says this is a new development in his journey.

More about the artist

Malcolm Giladjian born in Dover 1953. Brought up and educated in Woking Surrey. He studied Art and Design at Brook House College of Art in Wiltshire.

Post Graduate Studies:

  • Central France, In the Cher, the region of Berry and the Loire were he spent some time studying colour painting and sketching buildings and landscapes.
  • Malcolm went on to study and paint with Dennis Perrot while living in Brittany this is where his painting of Boats and Harbour scenes started. He now lives in West Chelborough, Dorset painting local harbour scenes also painting nautical abstracts such as Cardinals, Buoys, Channel markers and Leading lights, from his sailing days.

People say that Malcolm’s paintings make them happy with great energy, colour and movement.