• Chris Spring by Photo by Hassan Hajjaj
  • Chris at the Africa Centre

Welcome!

Many thanks for visiting my website. My name is Chris Spring and I work within a community of artists, writers and musicians at the West London Art Factory, where I have a wonderful new studio. For the very latest images of my work and other activities, please also visit my Instagram account: cjamesspring. In addition to ongoing painting and life drawing, I am currently

  • writing works of fiction
  • preparing new writing on the arts of Africa, curatorship and the work of individual artists
  • carrying out international advisory work and consultancy
  • preparing a retrospective and catalogue raissoné of my visual artwork
  • I am proud to be serving as an Ambassador for the Africa Centre, London, and on the board of the October Gallery, London
  • and I’m also honoured to be a Patron of the Powell-Cotton Museum

This website offers some account of my journey to this point over the past two decades – and suggests new paths I may take in the future.

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  • Chris Spring by Photo by Hassan Hajjaj
  • Chris at the Africa Centre

Welcome!

Many thanks for visiting my website. My name is Chris Spring and I work within a community of artists, writers and musicians at the West London Art Factory, where I have a wonderful new studio. For the very latest images of my work and other activities, please also visit my Instagram account: cjamesspring. In addition to ongoing painting and life drawing, I am currently

  • writing works of fiction
  • preparing new writing on the arts of Africa, curatorship and the work of individual artists
  • carrying out international advisory work and consultancy
  • preparing a retrospective and catalogue raissoné of my visual artwork
  • I am proud to be serving as an Ambassador for the Africa Centre, London, and on the board of the October Gallery, London
  • and I’m also honoured to be a Patron of the Powell-Cotton Museum

This website offers some account of my journey to this point over the past two decades – and suggests new paths I may take in the future.

STOP PRESS!