Like many artists, Harold draws on both the negative and positive in life to fuel the pieces he paints and draws. He stands at the start of what promises to be a successful career as an artist. But like many creative people, he is self-deprecating. Others recognised his talents before he did, although he has long recognised, from a very small child, the beauty of the world around him. Immersing himself in his art, Harold saw it as nothing more than a pleasant hobby. During his teenage years, he began to view it differently, and although he made significant headway, he never took it seriously. A stint working with his father was followed by him starting art school at university. The pandemic has placed these plans on hold for the time being but the disappointment has not dented his artistic ambitions or talent. He has continued to develop and experiment with different mediums and finishes, seeing this time not as a setback but an opportunity to explore yet more creative paths.
Me Loovely stock an exclusive range of Harold’s wall prints, all printed with 10 inks (Giclee) for wonderful clarity on museum grade paper, as well as a range of Harold’s Card sets in smaller sizes.