Tom Leamon

born in 1981

Tom Leamon ( b.1981) is a London based Painter. His work delves into that of the human psyche, with a fascination in the cycle of birth, life, growth and death. There are stories being told in all of Leamon’s creations, but he does not want you to simply read them, his work necessitates that you get inside them. Exploring symbolism in a number of mark making techniques, Leamon’s work challenges on both a sentimental and spiritual level. Leamon has a BA in Fine Art, Loughborough (2003) and received the Arts Bursary from Red Cow Studios (2005).

Exhibitions

2019 Stories from the Surgery, Casa Indipendente, Lison, Portugal

2018 Solo Exhibition Somewhere in the Yellow Woods, The Wheat Quarter – Frameless Gallery, Welwyn Garden City

2017 Group Presentation at Art Rio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Frameless Gallery

Solo Exhibition The Road to Barriga, Copeland Gallery, London

2016 Solo Exhibition Irreverence, Frameless / Merzbau Gallery, Miami, USA

Solo Exhibition Rope Maker, Frameless Gallery, London

2015 Group exhibition Whispers, Ronchini Gallery, London

Group exhibition The Behaviour of Being, Cob Gallery, London

Group exhibition States of Matter, Blacks Soho, London

2014 Group exhibition DE-Pict, Frameless | Nosco, London

Solo project The Truscott Arts Programme, Maida Vale, London

2013 Group exhibition Intimate, Frameless | Nosco,London

Solo exhibition Les Aventures A Venir, Frameless Gallery. London

Publication of book Contemporary Religion

Solo exhibition The Clock Shop, Gallery 223, London

Group exhibition Pleasant Remains | Gallery 223, London

Solo exhibition Back to Nature, Cave, London

2012 Group exhibition And You What Do You Worship?, The Crypt Euston Road, London

2011 Group exhibition One Night Stand & Dressed For Breakfast, Cave, London

2009 First Solo exhibition at the Rag Factory

2005 Launch of ‘The Lip Man Virus’ art collective. Over the next two years the collective takes over a number of disused and commercial buildings all over London and organizes Pop Up Exhibitions