Mark Hearld

Born in York 1974, Mark studied illustration (BA Hons) at Glasgow School of Art from 1994 to 1997, then went on to complete a MA Natural History Illustration at Royal College of Art from 1997 to 1999. 

A fascination with animals and plants always found its way into Mark’s work at college. Hen runs and pigeon lofts – appear often in his images – as in his first Curwen lithograph – inspired in part by Picasso’s pigeons drawn in the South of France and the Eric Ravilious watercolour ‘Corporal Stediford’s Mobile Pigeon Loft’. 

Mark admires Picasso’s drawings over anyone but feels drawn to the work of Bawden, Ravilious and Piper from the 1930’s – and the Neo-Romantic artist/illustrators of the 40’s and 50’s, Keith Vaughan and Craxton – he mentions it is something to do with their English particularity of vision. 

Mark now teaches illustration part time on the foundation course at York College, where he is continually inspired by the creativity of the students.

 

 

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