"Specialising in Automotive Drawings and Paintings"

Hi there,


I can honestly say that i have always had a life-long love affair with cars, scooters and automotive art in general. From my late teen years right through to the present day I have not only enjoyed owning some nice examples myself but have also enjoyed attending thousands of car meets across the UK allowing me the opportunity to meet up with many other enthusiasts and talented artists. 


My first ever vehicle was a Vespa Scooter and then like many others i then moved onto a mini, followed by a number of old Classic Fords before progressing onto Jaguars. I've always had a passion for Motorsport for as long as I can remember due to living so close to the historic Brands Hatch circuit in Kent and I continue to attend many events every year such as the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Goodwood Revival and Silverstone Classic.


A few years ago I decided to take my sincere love of cars and scooters and incorporate that into my other passion, drawing and painting. I initially undertook commissioned work for friends and relatives which then led onto doing other further related commissions.


Working from my art studio in the garden (got to start somewhere!) I am completely self taught and now enjoy specialising in automotive artwork using pen drawings whilst incorporating a hint of colour using watercolours or marker pens. I have never been to art school or even inherited this creativity from my parents, it just seems that this natural talent of picking up a pen or brush just seemed second nature to me.


I mainly work from photographic reference material which I either take myself or ones that clients send in via email or post. Commissions for specific subjects are always very welcomed whether it be a gift for yourself or for someone special. Whatever your reason I am happy to produce work in a size and cost to suit you.


If you would like a commission undertaken simply contact me and i'll be more than happy to discuss your requirements and prices. 

                 Mark Gregory

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