Contemporary painter, Manchester, UK
Oil on birch cradled panel, set in antique frame 63x53cm(5cm depth) £950
Oil on birch cradled panel in oak frame 34x34cm (5cm depth) £650
Found paints & collage on board 73x53cm - white frame. £950
Oil paint & collage on birch cradled panel - white frame 52x52x4.5cm SOLD
Oil paint on birch cradled panel, lime wood frame. 34x34x4.5cm. £820
April/May 2020 Found household paint, engine paint, mixed media on recycled deep edge canvas 100x100cm £2800
Oil paint, 19th century book pages on birch cradled panel 20 x 20 x 4 cm c. June 2019 £800
Oil on birch cradled panel 20 x 20 x 4 cm c. January 2019 £800
Oil paint, 19th century book pages on birch cradled panel SOLD
...in Your Future (first memory) Oil on birch cradled panel in 19th century antique oak frame 58 x 48 x 5 cm c. March 2019 £2,000
Oil on birch cradled panel 40.5 x 51 x 4 cm c. May 2019 £1,800
Oil on birch cradled panel 51 x 51 x 4 cm c. June 2019 £1,800
Oil on birch cradled panel 20 x 20 x 5 cm c. November 2018 £800
Oil on birch cradled panel 76 x 76 x 4 cm c. January 2019 £3,250.00
Oil on birch cradled panel in 19th century antique oak frame 52 x 52 x 5 cm c. January 2019 £2,000.00
Books and wood assemblage 61 x 51 cm c. July 2019 £950.00
Oil on birch cradled panel 20 x 20 x 4 cm c. January 2019 £800.00
Oil paint on book cover 35.5 x 35.5 x 3.5 cm c. September 2018 £400.00
Oil on birch cradled panel 76 x 76 x 5 cm c. February 2019 £3,500.00
Oil on birch cradled panel 76 x 76 x 5 cm c. January 2019 £3,500.00
About the Artist
Steven Heaton is an award-winning artist and director at Cross Street Arts.
His work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally, and is held in private collections, galleries and museums throughout England, America and Canada.
Heaton’s work examines time, memory and human interaction within the world, and above all nature’s dominance. His work is often referred to as ‘time pieces’, representing a world without us, and allowing us to examine what still remains.
Through the application of layered paint, it is what he chooses to add and remove that leaves a history on the canvas of conscious decisions, slowly built over time from memories, interactions within the environment and dialogue with himself about where he is, where he has been and where he finds himself.
Revelations often occur hidden beneath the surface – it is only through this struggle and his determination to keep painting that he can understand himself and why he paints. Exploring uncertainty and the permanence of memory, his work is a transient and somewhat fragile interpretation of what we perceive as ourselves, our life and our consciousness.
Fine Art – University of Manchester
Graphic Design – Wigan College
Professional development and memberships
Castlefield Gallery Associate Scheme, Manchester
Fyshbol Gallery, London
Point and Line