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Tom Stevenson 

Tom Stevenson, ROI SWAc, was born in 1984 and is based in Devon where he works from life to create paintings that follow a path between figurative and abstract styles to explain the light and colour of his surroundings. In his paintings, Tom relies upon the uncontrollability of oil as a medium to build a fresh and organic surface. His work is underpinned by strong composition and is often constructed around a simple compositional idea or collection of colours which form the starting point and focus of the painting. Tom is drawn to subjects such as the coast, figures and the dramatic skies seen over the surrounding countryside. Away from home, Tom frequently paints the architecture and busy streets of London and abroad. Tom is an elected member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters (ROI) and an Academician of the South West Academy (SWAc) Tom was recently awarded the Alan Gourley Memorial Award at the Royal Institute of Oil Painters annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries.

Current work available

Oil painting of dinghies Tom Stevenson



41 x 36cm

off-white wide frame


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River Axe at Musbury

27 x 35cm framed (14 x 22cm unframed)

Off white deep wooden fame



Own Art: £42.50  per month for ten months

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The High Moor

22 x 39cm framed (10 x 27cm)

Off white deep wooden frame



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Evening Light, Shelly Beach

30 x 45cm framed (17 x 32cm)

Off white and grey deep wooden frame



Own Art: £55 per month for ten months

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