Patrick Haughton was born in Devonport in 1942. He grew up and was educated in North Devon, moving to Exeter to study architecture in 1960. In 1962 he abandoned architecture to enrol at Exeter College of Art under Clifford Fishwick, subsequently transferring to the West of England College of Art in Bristol where he studied painting and sculpture. Paul Feiler was head of painting at that time and visitors included William Scott and Karl Weschke.
Since retiring from teaching in 1995 (his last post was as Head of Kennall Vale School near Truro), he has worked full time as a painter. He was elected a full member of Newlyn Society of Artists in 1996 and is also an Associate Member of The Penwith Society of Arts. He lives and works in Penryn, overlooking the estuary of the River Fal in Cornwall, also spending prolonged periods of time in Brittany.
Solo & Featured Exhibitions:
2014: "After the Voyage : Patrick Haughton" : CIRCLE Contemporary, Cornwall
2010: Patrick Haughton, Barbara Karn, Melanie Guy: Open Space, Cornwall
2009: “Juxtapositions”: Patrick Haughton & Volker Stox: Open Space Gallery,
2004: “Inside Outside”: Patrick Haughton; Peter Joyce; Brian Plummer: Minster Fine Art,York
2003: “Constructed”: Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall
1998 / 2001: “Patrick Haughton, New Work”; Michael Wright Fine Art, Bristol.
1997: Falmouth Art Gallery: “Patrick Haughton; Nicholas Eastwood”, Falmouth,
Mixed & Group Exhibitions:
2017: "Summer, St. Ives" - Porthminster Gallery, St. Ives
2017: "Borders (NSA)" - Tremenheere Gallery, Penzance
2016: "Freud,Family & Friends" - Worthing Museum & Art Gallery
2016: "Affordable August (small work from Penwith members)", Penwith Gallery, St. Ives, Cornwall
2015: "NSA 293", Penwith Gallery, St. Ives, Cornwall
2014: "Critic's Choice (NSA)" curated Laura Gascoigne, PZ Gallery, Cornwall
2014: "A Moment of Flux" (NSA): Heseltine Gallery, Truro, Cornwall
2011: “Fishwick & Friends”: Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall
2010: “The Edge”: Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall
2009: “Tiger Attack”: Edgar Modern Contemporary Fine Art, Bath.
2009: “A Cornish Perspective”: Royal West of England Academy, Bristol.
2008: “Cabinet Paintings”: Lemon St. Gallery, Truro
2008: “Peninsula”: Edgarmodern Contemporary Fine Art, Bath.
2007: “Cornish Show”: Thompsons Gallery, London
2007: “Unquiet Earth”: NSA Exhibition, Mariners Gallery, St. Ives
2006: “Cabinet Paintings”: Lemon St. Gallery, Truro
2006: “Autumn Exhibition”: Thompsons Gallery, London.
2005: “Cabinet Paintings”: Lemon St. Gallery, Truro
2005: “Critic’s Choice”: selected by Norbert Lynton, Lemon St. Gallery, Truro
2005: “NSA Exhibition”: Thompson’s; The City Gallery, London
2004: “Drawing [?]”: Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall.
2004: “One”: Edgarmodern Contemporary Fine Art, Bath.
2004: “The Cornish Exhibition”: Edgarmodern Contemporary Fine Art, Bath.
2004: “Critic’s Choice”: selected by John Russell Taylor, Newlyn Art Gallery,
2002: “Chiaroscuro”: Vallico in Arte, Lucca, Italy.
2001/2: “A View of St. Ives”: The Belgrave Gallery, St. Ives, Cornwall.
2000: “20 Years of Contemporary Art”: Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall.
2009/11: Affordable Art Fair: Battersea, London (Open Space Galleries)
2008: Affordable Art Fair: Gashouder, Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam (Edgarmodern)
2008: Art London: Chelsea, London (Edgarmodern Fine Art)
2008: Affordable Art Fair: Espace Champerret, Paris (Edgarmodern Fine Art)
2006: London Art Fair: Business Design Centre, London, (Lemon St. Gallery)
2005: London Art Fair: Business Design Centre, London, (Edgarmodern Fine Art)
2003: ART2003: Business Design Centre, London (Thomas Henry Fine Art)
2000/1: 20/21st Century British Art Fair, RCA London (Michael Wright Fine Art)
Thomas Henry Fine Art, Nantucket, USA
Grapevine Gallery, Burnham Market, Norfolk
Trelissick Gallery, Cornwall