Mackenzie Moulton, Exeter Member Since February 2013 Artist Statement Mackenzie Moulton, born 21st June 1947 in Exeter, Devon, England. The first son of an English father and Scottish Mother and an Irish Grandfather. A result of which he has deep Celtic origin. His talent recognised at an early age and a year before leaving school at 15, was invited to attend Exeter Art College at weekends to study Sculpture. Over the past 45 years he has concentrated on painting as opposed to sculpture and has Exhibited in London, Kent, Devon, Newcastle, Durham and Scotland in the UK and New York, El Paso, Dallas and Connecticut in the USA. and in Spain. Some of his paintings are on permanent display in the Thames Police Association Museum, News International and Custom House in London and the Board room of Courage’s Brewery in Reading. Many well known public figures have purchased Mackenzies paintings.
Mackenzie has been a successful Artist for 45 years, living and working in London, UK. After that he moved to Javea in Spain, where he taught Art and had several successful Exhibitions, and many commissions over the 9 years he lived there. Now he has returned to his birthplace, Exeter in Devon, but living in Crediton to continue promoting his own style of painting in the UK. Mackenzie has the ability to paint any subject and welcomes any commission. Shortly after his return to the UK he was commissioned to paint Lady Cynthia Stevens who replaced the late Queen Mother as patron of the famous Thames Police Association Museum, in London. The portrait now hangs on permanent display in the museum. In January 2011 Mackenzie was contacted by The Public Catalogue Foundation and gave his permission for 3 painting in the Thames Police Association Museum, London, to be included in their catalogue The paintings are, a portrait of Lady Cynthia Stevens, The Royal Salute at Greenwich and Sailing Barges passing Blackwall Thames Police Station. Mackenzie can be contacted on 07777640751