Email: malcolmpeirson@gmail.com


Gallery of Fine Art
A picture is worth a thousand words.
A lifetime of creating paintings and drawings.






Malcolm Peirson, Artist, Teacher.






Leicester Polytechnic, UK.



South Glamorgan Institute of Higher Education, UK.



Newcastle College of Further Education, UK.








I have been painting and drawing since the age of three or four, but all of the works on these pages cover a period from 2007 to the present and represent a maturing of talent and style. There is also the fact that earlier works were sold before I kept a digital record.
Feel free to make any comments by contacting me via email.
Please take a moment to view to view the various galleries. Most of the pictures contained are for sale and I am open to serious buyers. Prices available on request.
Plain frames are included at no extra cost.
Wet Waterloo
Drawing by Malcolm Peirson, Artist
Medium: Pencil
Size: 29.5 x 42 cm
Price: Not for sale (in the hands of a private collector)

I have always loved working with pencil as I feel it creates more atmosphere to a picture. Additionally, poor weather and rain also gives more feeling to a picture. A lot of my work is in the genre of railways and this picture was created in June, 2009 after seeing an old glass negative which delighted me. I had previously done some pictures of rainy scenes and this one combined amost everything I love when drawing and painting. The scene depicts a rainy departure from Waterloo station London somewhere around the turn of the 19th and 20th century. Always one of my favourites, it was soon snapped up by a fellow enthusiast. Below are some examples of the other genres I enjoy working with.

 A portrait of Hiromi.
Drawing by Malcolm Peirson, Artist.

Medium: Pencil.
Size: 29.5 x 42 cm
Examples of other works

Title: Sexy
Medium: Soft pastels, oil pastels, coloured pencils
Size: 29.5 x 42 cm
Price: On request.
Title: They always suffer
Drawing by Malcolm Peirson, Artist.

Medium: Pencil.
Size: 29.5 x 42 cm
Contact: Malcolm Peirson, Artist