Born: 1964, Glasgow, Scotland
1982-1986: Print Design and Illustration, Glasgow college of Building and Printing
2001-2003: Animation and Illustration James Watt College
Discover the beauty and reason of hyperrealism in this group show presenting reality anew.
February 13 - March 16, 2013
Mason Murer November show 2012
A hyperrealist Group Show with a London theme to open the Olympic Art Summer! July 4 - July 28, 2012
Yahoo News......Realistic drawings look like photographs
Picture This ABC News
Interview Brazilian News
Interview Scottish News
Interview On The Nervous Breakdown
Interview On My Modern Met
Shortlisted For Artist Of The Year
See the first new hyperrealist works of 2012 in this group show featuring 16 prominent artists.
February 22 - March 17, 2012
Plus One Gallery’s cream of the crop, sixteen of the best hyperrealist artists in the world, bring their first
new works of 2012 to Plus One Gallery’s February exhibition Hyperrealism Now! Hyperrealism.
Much anticipated, are the new reflective still lives by Steve Smulka! The same anticipation can be said
for the new pencil drawings by Scottish urban artist Paul Cadden who in association with Plus
One Gallery in the last year has attracted attention as far afield as from Japanese television networks.
We’d like to say, “Stay tuned!” for more.
Plus One Exhibition
Celebrating 10 Years of Hyperrealism Today
September 16 - October 1, 2011
Mason Murer Fine art
April 8th - 2011
Realism juried show
Recent Group shows:
February 08 - March 05, 2011
Plus One Gallery is pleased to start 2011 with a mixed show of hyperrealist paintings by gallery artists.
Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts 149th Exhibition:
Other Artists comments
The recycled paper is a proper medium for this fine drawing, an acerbic commentary on the decadence of contemporary society.(Scottish Landscapes)
I have to say, when I saw your work I was blown away
Your works are astonishing. It's always a great pleasure to come across a realist artist I can admire.
Beautiful realist work, i love your black and white pencil technic
Great work paul, reminds me of a richard billingham portrait but a drawn version
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