Richard Colson is a contemporary British painter. He has a BA in Fine Art (Painting) 1st Class from Goldsmiths' College. He is represented in London by Cricket Fine Art

He is President of the London Sketch Club


1998-2000 MA Electronic Arts Middlesex University
1979-81 MA Fine Art Goldsmiths College
1973-77 BA Fine Art Goldsmiths College

2016-17 Major Research Award - Ravensbourne
2011 Arte Forum, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Presented paper: Sense before Feeling - Towards a digital algebra of sensation
2007 Author of The Fundamentals of Digital Art (Bloomsbury)
2006 Co-Curator and exhibitor - Sense Detectives Watermans Arts Centre

President - the London Sketch Club
Artist Member of the Chelsea Arts Club


2018 Summer Exhibition Cricket Fine Art
2017 Christmas Show 286 Gallery, 286 Earls Court Road London SW5 9AS
2017 The London Group Open 2017 Part 2 The Cello Factory, Waterloo
2017 Summer Show Art Below, Rose and King Galleries
2017 Fresh Paint Picton Castle Pembrokeshire
2016 Bondage, James Bond Group Show Art Below
2016 Queen Themed Art Below, Notting Hill
2015 Fencers Jack House Gallery
2011 One man exhibition, Second Sight on the River River and Rowing Museum
2010 Two man exhibition Russell Gallery
2009 Three man exhibition Russell Gallery
2006 One man exhibition Palace of Westminster
2005 One man exhibition Royal Dutch Shell, Southbank


Two man exhibition

New Grafton Gallery
1997 One man exhibition Solomon Gallery, Dublin
1996 One man exhibition Theo Waddington Fine Art Ltd
1992 London Group Open Curve Gallery, Barbican


Richard Colson participated in the Summer Show at Cricket Fine Art, Chelsea July-September 2018

Richard Colson's painting "Cowboy" was shown as part of the London Group Open 2017 Part 2

Richard Colson was awarded first prize in the Fresh Paint competition at Picton Castle. His winning painting was shown with one other work at the Fine Art Commissions Gallery 19 Ryder St, St James' London SW1Y 6PX from 3rd - 25th August 2017


2017 First Prize, Fresh Paint Picton Castle, Pembrokeshire
1992 Daler-Rowney Prize The London Group Open Barbican Curve Gallery