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Julian Hindson


CONTACT DETAILS JULIAN HINDSON ARTIST TEL:

+64 9 279 3433

MOB: 021

354 383

julian@titanium.net.nz 16 Kirikiri Lane, Newhaven, East Tamaki Auckland, New Zealand www.hindson.co.nz

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B I O G R A P H Y Julian Hindson (b.1973) Yorkshire, UK Preferred Media: Mixed Media on Canvas or Board, Digital Painting Classification: Galleried Commissions Accepted Mediums Digital Acrylic and shellac on canvas or board Mixed media Acrylic and mixed media on glass Biographical Details Julian Hindson lives in Auckland, New Zealand, where he paints in his East Tamaki studio. Julian's love of painting has grown from his mid teens and now painting full time he draws on over 20 years of graphic design and art direction experience, his work is rapidly maturing and is in great demand. With a huge base of leased artworks, multiple exhibitions and work in collections throughout New Zealand, London and New York, his art is appreciating as quickly as it is being bought.


Q U O T E S “Julian Hindson’s Pure Shores exhibition of moody coastal paintings is immediately accessible and intriguing” “Strong colours wash across canvases in layers, veiling and revealing distant land across water. Dribbles of paint fall curtain-like from the tops of the frames, creating depth and also instilling a sense of watchful mystery.” “The gallery’s description of ‘distressed abstract’ is quite apt; the canvases are heavily worked, scraped back, reworked and manipulated.” “Several paintings have dark silhouettes of land—presented as simplified, almost symbolic shapes of islands and peninsulas way out, beyond the weather.” “Those that include shots of light through them are particularly satisfying. West Coast Sunset, for example, features gold bands of light running through a predominately sea-green image—and it’s a beautiful effect.” “Atmospherically-charged greens and greys haunt the surface of Mistic (sic)—and honey-coloured dribbles float down the golden and mossy surface of Ascension.” “They’re reasonably priced so the chances are they’ll fly off the walls.” Julian Hindson’s exhibition, Pure Shores, is on at the Morgan Street Gallery in Newmarket, Auckland until Sunday, 4 February 2007. Kath Webster, Auckland View Magazine, January 2007 “There are also additional works to meet the demand, from some of our most popular artists... including Julian Hindson.” “Julian’s iconic scenes of Rangitoto and Piha continue to leave our studio as quickly as we receive them.” Art Bureau, May Newsletter 2007


Julian’s work is available at the following galleries and agencies: Monterey Gallery 5 Cook St, Howick, Auckland http://www.montereyartgallery.co.nz Art Bureau 9 Kirk St, Grey Lynn, Auckland http://www.artbureau.co.nz Mobile Art Zone 23 G01 23 Edwin St Mt Eden Auckland http://www.mobileart.co.nz Art Associates 7 Scanlan Street Grey Lynn ph +64 9 376 4308 fax +64 9 376 4539 http://www.artassociates.co.nz Independent Website: http://www.hindson.co.nz Solo Exhibitions: Tradeshow - Debut, 2002 Lush Design Gallery - Hindsight, 2003 Lush Design Gallery - Hindsight 2, 2004 Lush Design Gallery - Versatile 2005 Baradine College - Versatile 2, 2005 Pure Shores - Morgan Street Gallery, January 2007


Julian Hindson - Artist