Ian Leaver-Blaxstone

Brighton, United Kingdom On Etsy since 2011


Ian Leaver-Blaxstone

Brighton, United Kingdom | 21 Sales

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On Etsy since 2011

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After training as a graphic designer Ian Leaver-Blaxstone began developing his signature style as an artist; experimenting with complimentary bold and bright imagery he presents fragments of the world which engage your attention. His interest in utilising art to raise awareness of inequality within social structures and promote better mental health and wellbeing has led to collaborative work within the local community. This has included a community art project painting hoarding with local residents alongside ‘The trust for developing communities’, Brighton & Hove City Council’, ‘Martin Homes’ and ‘Wellsbourne Healthcare CIC’. He has contributed to an “Arts in the Community” Project with Brighton People’s Theatre alongside being part of the East Brighton “Our Place Festival” steering group for Brighton Festival with Due East, Wellsbourne Healthcare CIC and local residents. In 2019 Ian created and ran the first ever East Brighton Art Trail ‘Trailblazer’ displaying artwork of local residents across a series of venues. He has sold artwork internationally on his subject of interest vintage B movies. Other Sci-fi works have been published (Penguin edition of 100 illustrated adventures of Doctor Who) and displayed as part of key exhibitions (in Wolverhampton Black Country Museum). Along with having exhibitions across Brighton and Hove and other cities including Birmingham Ian has appeared on Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year in 2019.

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