Tatler Magazine Feb 2022
"Jack Fetherstonhaugh's 'Movement in Birds' series is a masterclass in bringing life to the canvas with energetic brushstrokes that capture the dynamism of birds in flight. His creative and experimental technique allows the eye to trace the subjects path, capturing beauty and power in motion. Visit ww.jackfetherstonhaugh.co.uk and follow @jackfethers on instagram"
Tatler Online (Digital) Febuary 2022
Artist, Jack Fetherstonhaugh, has developed a range of intricately hand-painted glassware, depicting birds in motion. An extension of his more traditional artistic endeavours on canvas, Fetherstonhaugh’s unique collection is created using high-quality glass that has the strength to withstand the kiln, making each piece 100% permanent and dishwasher proof.
A short Biography:
Throughout my entire life I have had a passion for art and creativity, in particular painting. So much so that as a six year old I once convinced myself it would be a brilliant idea to paint my entire body, while finding it highly amusing to walk around the house leaving colourful foot prints.
In early 2007, I had a large piece of work in the Mostyn Gallery, Llandudno. The exhibition that I was involved in was to celebrate the redesign of the gallery. The piece of work that I displayed proved to be a success and in return I suddenly had various creative jobs in the local area. I was painting murals in shops, designing advertising, taking commissions as well as designing huge images to cover the whole facade of a building.
The wide range of creative jobs that I was undertaking made me want to re-investigate art education. I did this by enrolling on a foundation art course. During this year I tried everything, from textiles, film making, graphic design, photography to sculpture. I ended up being directed to graphic design.
Since I returned home from university I have been painting as much as I can while doing freelance graphic design and art. My work has included designing themes for amusement parks, painting huge murals for children's play areas, designing commercial interiors and taking private commissions.
In terms of the birds, I've always been fascinated by them. I did my first bird painting when I was five years old and since then my interest has continued to grow. I realised that other people loved the bird paintings as much as I did when after my first solo exhibition at the Sicily Oak gallery, Cheshire in 2012 the commissions I received were predominantly bird centric. The paint splatters around the birds also developed naturally and I loved that it added some movement as if the birds were soaring past the scene.
The Field Magazine Oct 2018
This review was written by Janet Manzies on behalf of the Field Magazine.
Exhibitions Current and Past
*Solo Exhibiton Cholmondeley, Cheshire, 17th Ocober 2012
* Malfest, May 2013
* Spring exhibition of modern british & contemporary art @ Sicily Oak Gallery, Cheshire 2013
* Eye For Art. London Bridge, London. 2014
*Aldeburgh Art Festival, Suffolk 7th- 20th August 2015
*Oerley Hall Project series IV, Shropshire, 4th - 11th May 2017
*Holly & Co , London, May, 2017
*Solo Exhibition - Notting Hill, London, November 2017
*The Boat House, NEST, Trearddur bay, Anglesey, August 2018
*The Hall of Remembrance, Chelsea, 17th of April 2019, in aid of Young Minds.
*Brynkinalt Hall 12th September 2019 in aid of Borne, a charity raising funds for the research into the causes of premature birth.
*The Boat House, NEST, Trearddur bay, Anglesey, August 2019
*Dacre Art Exhibition - Dundas Street, Edinburgh 15-19th November 2019
*Edinburgh Art Fair November 2019
*Edinburgh Art Fair November 2021
Where to see my work all year round:
Jack's Studio - Bryn Neuadd, Dawn, Abergele, LL22 8BT
Julia Jones Interiors. Colwyn Bay, Clwyd LL28 5HQ
Boma Green , 271 New Kings Road, London
Kinmel Golf Park, Bodelwyddan, Denbighshire.
Jonny Dough's, Llandudno, Conwy. (Pop Art Only)
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