Painting, Sculpture, Multimedia
UK / Born 1956, Middlesborough
Mackenzie Thorpe is one of the biggest selling British artists of the last 30 years. His work is rooted in authenticity, embodied in emotional expression and always carries a message of hope. Mackenzie’s journey has taken him from the shipyards of Middlesbrough to an internationally acclaimed artist, and his working-class roots in the north of England inspire his atmospheric and poignant pictures. Love and hope are key symbols in Mackenzie’s art, whether they are depicted in the nostalgic pride of his industrial heritage or dreamlike skyscapes and landscapes. Mackenzie has achieved global success in galleries throughout the UK, America, Japan, and Australia while celebrity collectors include JK Rowling, HM Queen Elizabeth II, and Tom Hardy.
Celebrating 30 years as a professional artist in 2019, Mackenzie continues to blaze a trail for the artists who have followed in his footsteps. He will mark the year with a major retrospective, world tour and a book that celebrates the community of collectors and their personal connection to his work. Growing up as a dyslexic child, Mackenzie uses his art to support local and national charities regularly. All of his charitable work relates back to important issues depicted in his art such as disadvantaged children, loneliness and hope.
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