Jeremy has been artist in residence at Windsor Castle and Highgrove as well as for Aston Martin and the Olympic Games among his many achievements. His latest exhibition will take place at Trinity House, Broadway in the Cotswolds from June 9th to 16th and a proportion of the proceeds will go to fund WellChild’s work with seriously ill children and their families in the UK.
Mr Houghton is a specialist in portraying a variety of sports, and is one of the most collectible artists of his generation. The exhibition at Trinity House, 20 High Street, Broadway, will display a wide range of his work.
An unparalleled history of international commissions has shaped his artistic career. Here are just some of his residencies:
2017 Artist in Residence for Ben Ainslie Racing (America’s Cup)
2016 Official Artist for the James Hunt F1 40th Anniversary
2015 Artist in Residence at Goodwood for Lord March
2014 Artist in Residence at Windsor Castle for HM The Queen
2013 Artist in Residence at Highgrove for HRH The Prince of Wales
Tour Artist for the Aston Martin Centenary Tour
2012 Official artist for the London 2012 Olympic Games
Mr Houghton’s work is an ongoing study of movement. In addition to sport, he uses themes such as flight, space and time, to depict a broad variety of human endeavours. You can find out more about his work here
Mr Houghton said: “I’m delighted to have started a working relationship with the WellChild charity. Having spent many years working with children I’m very grateful that I’m now in a position to help raise funds and promote awareness of their excellent cause. This exhibition is a bit of a retrospective from the various residencies that I have done over the past few years. I hope it will be the first of many events we do together.”
WellChild Chief Executive Colin Dyer said: “We are grateful to Jeremy Houghton for his support for WellChild in his latest exhibition and it’s good to know that some of the proceeds from the sale of his brilliant work will go to support seriously ill children and their families in the UK.”
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