STUNS FINE ART WORLD
walls of Camelot Castle this spring and summer
will be adorned with paintings that some are calling the most priceless
expression of beauty ever to have been created by an artist in the
last 500 years.
And while the prices of Stourton’s continue
to rise in the secondary market and fortunes will doubtless be made
by some who are cashing in on the Stourton phenomenon
and beginning to stock his work. Stourton remains completely unaffected
by the clamour and glamorous admirers that continue to seek his
work out from all over the world.
Indeed the local Newquay airport is getting quite
used to the roar of Gulfstream jet engines as Stourton’s
private collectors arrive from the far flung corners of the globe.
To try to describe the beauty of Stourton’s
abstract realism in these works is a challenge that I will not attempt
here as I simply cannot do it justice, however what I can tell you
is that art critics from around the world have nearly unanimously
acknowledged that beauty such as this has not been created and viewed
since the time that Claude Monet dressed his salon
in Paris. Nor has the excitement that is brewing in the art world
been so great concerning the production of an artist since Picasso
was creating in his prime.
Each day Stourton can be found in his subterranean
studios at Camelot Castle and each day a team of
production assistants and craftsmen work on an intense schedule
to simply keep up with the extraordinary creative flow and output
that emanates from this one being, whose destiny it seems is to
raise the bar on beauty that each being experiences as they come
into contact with his work.
“What a view” as one collector described, “to
see all the wonders of paradise and beyond, through the work”
Stourton’s recent master piece dominates
the Great Hall at Camelot Castle. A colourful joy
to behold, it is a representation and celebration of the circle
of life and both the perfection and imperfections of the friendships
The positive lift that Stourton is creating for
the British and international art world and its economics will be
felt for many years to come by fellow artists and the auction houses.
The Stourton Spring and Summer Collection can be
viewed at Camelot Castle at Tintagel,