Paula MacArthur

Paula MacArthur

Paula MacArthur

Paula MacArthur

Paula MacArthur (b.1967) trained at the Royal Academy Schools and was a John Moore’s Painting Prize winner in 1993. Alongside her practice she’s also a BA Painting Tutor, mentor, a member of the artist-led group Contemporary British Painting and coordinator of the CBP Prize.

Career highlights include exhibiting alongside Hurvin Anderson, Lubaina Himid & George Shaw in ‘Arcadia for All? Rethinking Landscape Painting Now’ (2023) at the Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery Leeds, touring to Attenborough Art Centre, Leicester.

‘Entwined: Plants in Contemporary Painting’ 2022-23 touring from Huddersfield Art Gallery to 20-21 Arts Centre Scunthorpe featured works by Hannah Brown, Graham Crowley, Julian Perry and Michele Fletcher.

Other highlights include the essay on her Jewel paintings, ’Still Light’ by Graham Crowley, ‘Paint Fiction’ International Gallery of Contemporary Art, Anchorage, USA (2023), ‘PaintLounge Berlin’ (2018), ‘Made in Britain’ at the National Museum Gdansk, Poland (2019), Contemporary Masters from Britain touring four museums in China (2017), Slippery & Amorphous London & Brooklyn (2016) & Young Contemporaries Whitworth Art Gallery (1989).

Paula’s work is held in several permanent collections including the National Portrait Gallery London, Baron & Baroness von Oppenheim, Priseman Seabrook Collection, Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and Jiangsu Museum of Art, China

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