PHILIP MOUNT - 1971
Achieves a clear measured form derived from a seemingly unstructured and chaotic application by merging
pre-determined intentional action with an intuitive response
St Helens College of Art and Design
Bath College of Higher Education
Main Reception, ICI Building, Millbank, London
Triptych painting measuring 21’ in length. The commission brief was to ‘…illuminate the integration of two of Britain’s major power sources’
Main Reception and Boardroom, 23 King Street, St James’s, London
John Lewis and the Grand Arcade
Commissioned to produce a 16' triptych for the main pedestrian entrance
at St. Andrews Street, Cambridge.
British Rail Collection
Canadian Pacific Ships
The Parliamentary Collection
Crown Prosecution Service
Morgan Grenfell Bank
JVB, London 2007
Elizabeth Gardens, NY. 2006
The Fashion Show, London. 2005
Unicorn Gallery ‘New York’ 2002
New Academy Gallery 1994 – 2001
Palace of Westminster 1997
Royal West of England Academy 1993 – 1994
Christie’s Contemporary Art 1991 – 1992
The Palace of Westminster 1996 – 2001.
The first artist officially assigned to document the Parliamentary Estate since Turner in 1834 (The Great Fire Paintings).
Contributor to the London Evening Standard, The Guardian and The Independent
Feb 2008 Launched 'Pulling Focus' in the music newspaper Stool Pigeon
2002 - Present Day
Travels through America. Producing work in Austin, Texas. Taos, New Mexico. Venice, California.
Recently returned to the U.K. (after beginning the ‘Paintings of the Diad’ series for a private collection housed in West Village, New York)
to undertake large scale works for public areas and private collections in the U.K.
Beginning a new series of small works investigating negative surface.
Presently working in Chelsea, London.