GRANT FOSTER

Overview of Artist Grant Foster

Grant Foster received his MA in Painting from the Royal College of Art in 2012 and his BA in Fine Art Painting from the University of Brighton in 2004. The artist, who resides in London, creates works extending painting, sculpture, and collage which primarily explore the themes of redemption, revenge, and faith. Foster’s work has been featured in the solo exhibitions, Holy Island at Chandelier Projects, London (2014), The Walnut Tree at Chinashop, Oxford (2013), Mute and Impotent Before the Boot at Post Box Gallery (2009), London, and has a forthcoming exhibition at RH Contemporary in New York (title to be confirmed) (2015). His work has also appeared in group exhibitions including Figuratively Speaking, Marcelle Joseph Projects at Heike Moras Gallery, London (2015), The Theadneedle Prize at Mall Galleries, London (2014), East London Painting Prize at Strand House, London (2014), Rx for Viewing (with Jesse Wine) at Ana Cristea Gallery, New York (2014), London Art Fair at Ceri Hand Gallery, London (2014), and Art Britannia, Miami (2013). Foster was also the recipient of the Leverhulme Bursary (2010), John Moores 25 Prize (2008), the Winsor and Newton Prize (2006), and the Burt and Brill Cardens Award for Outstanding Artistic Excellence (2004).

 
The Terror of Dandelions (Us Against Them) Acrylic and oil on canvas 170 x 145 cm 66 7/8 x 57 1/8 in 2014

The Terror of Dandelions (Us Against Them)
Acrylic and oil on canvas
170 x 145 cm
66 7/8 x 57 1/8 in
2014