Aubrey Higgin

Aubrey Higgin is a young artist who focuses on motion and the unknown. His works focus on colour and gestures through layering and removing oil paint. The idea of motion was inspired by his photography using long shutter speeds. The theme of the unknown was inspired by his battle with an undiagnosed illness for two years, a period in which he developed a keen interest in Damian Hirst and the sublime. Other influences include the languages created by Schwitters and Rauschenberg, the dense layering of Mehretu, and the technique of Richter using a palate knife.


2014 - BA Art Reading University 


2018 June - Trent Art Gallery - Selected Works, Staffordshire, England; June - HAITCH - Selected Works, United Arab Emirates; June - Lady Longhorn Gallery, Cheshire Art Hub, Selected Works, Chester, UK; May - The Sandstone Ridge Exhibition, Lady Longhorn Gallery, Cheshire Art Hub, UK; May - Beaubridge & Chester Row, Savills, YAP, Open House exhibition 11-13th May, Wiseton Road, London, UK; May - Hungerford Gallery, British Art Portfolio, West Berkshire, England; April - The Sicily Oak Gallery, British Art Portfolio, Cheshire, England; February - March - Emerging Artists 2018, Dorchester collection's Contemporary Mayfair Hotel, 45 Park Lane, London, UK; January - London Art Fair

2017 December - Solo show with Future Brilliance, Berkeley Square, London, UK; June - Degree Show, Reading University; Feb - Interim Exhibition - University of Reading, Art Department

2016 - Solo Show at Shrewsbury


May 2018 Aubrey Higgin - Cheshire artist describes how art helped him through serious illness

March 2018  Emerging artists that shape the art world

Dec 2017 Country and Town House: 7 best art hotels in the world