Elected to the Society 1999
“I make oil paintings, drawings (usually in charcoal) and original prints (usually lithographs). Generally my pictures are to do with ‘people’. In some there is a suggestion of a narrative – perhaps implying that some incident (great or small) might have occurred. When I depict subjects other than people these are likely to be aspects of nature – acting as metaphors for human activities, or else nature profoundly affected by man
Alan Stones graduated from St. Martin’s School of Art, London in 1971 and has been working full-time as an artist ever since. Alan has had a great many solo exhibitions of his work – many in public galleries including UK touring exhibitions of paintings and a touring exhibition of drawings on the Falkland Islands. Over the years he has created some 120 editions of lithographs. These are hugely popular and sell worldwide.