Christopher Stone, painted sculptures
Christopher Stone is a sculptor, who has practiced his art for almost thirty years, when he is bored, or lacking in inspiration to sculpt, he paints, an average of two or three paintings a year are produced.
Christopher shy’s away from traditional canvas supports preferring to paint on board or most often on “found objects”, over the time he has painted on old mirrors, oil drums, or pieces of steel from the scrap yard, and most recently on cut up telegraph poles, the results are more of a painted sculpture than a painting.
All these pieces have been placed immediately, a couple remain in the artist’s private collection, and some are housed by family.
A new series has been produced by Christopher especially for Stephen Howes fine art, the first of which can be seen here, with more to follow.