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James Ferguson Wall Art

James Ferguson (Born in 1953) is a self-taught artist. He has been the foremost caricaturist of the Financial Times for many years. He has a dynamic personality probably because he grew up in an ideal environment that helped develop his creativity and artistic talent in the company of art-loving friends who encouraged her. In the years 1995 and 1992, he contributed caricatures to the LSE Annual Review and the LSE Magazine. During the same period, he was also engaged by Lucia van der Post, who wrote for the Financial Times. The lasting effect from his work is one of purity and emotion. He is defined by his critics as a real designer of art. Ferguson’s caricatures and cartoons have become a staple of the LSE Annual Review magazine and more generally of the FT.

Many have talked about over-determination, overexposure, but Ferguson’s secret is just in the unclassifiable emotional effect his work gives out. In 2005, he held a solo exhibition of characteristic work at the Rivington Gallery. His prints, paintings, posters and art, can be found in numerous corporate and private collections. Ferguson believes that the best art helps break down perceptions that are so taken for granted, that are so deeply ingrained that they seem real. For him, successful art destroys the obvious connections by which people construct their realities and make new connections. Ferguson says that art is never a finished product, but it’s a living, an immediate thing that begins again with all prints, poster, and art, and with every viewer appreciating several alternatives depending on their own perception.
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