Malcolm Surridge


Born in 1952, Malcolm comes from a long line of artists and can trace his ancestry back to Richard Wilson, the well-known 18th century English “romantic” painter. Malcolm studied at the City of London Polytechnic and the Wimbledon School of Art before embarking on a successful career as freelance artist and illustrator.

He has produced work for television, films and museums. In addition to book-jacket illustration, he has painted murals for commercial companies, and more recently, he has been working as a Lecturer in Art and Design.

His first love, however, has always been landscape painting and it is to this that he has turned his full attention in recent years. His work captures the effects of lighting and atmosphere, a rare ability, which enables him to turn simple objects into the magical. His intention is always to convey the very essence of the subject, rather than just merely state the obvious.

Malcolm’s work has been exhibited in various galleries in London and the South East. For more information about Malcolm and his work, visit


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