Acclaimed and ambidextrous: Toby Mulligan

Sorry, no compatible source and playback technology were found for this video. Try using another browser like Chrome or download the latest Adobe Flash Player.

Sorry, video is not available for your device…

Acclaimed and ambidextrous: Toby Mulligan

The artist Tony Mulligan has unveiled his latest solo show in Mayfair.

Known for his works with charcoal and paint, he works fast using both hands at the same time to create an image.

Talking about his ambidextrous style he says it is stimulating both side of the brain - his intuitive and rational sides, making them talk to each other and produce a very emotive response, working faster than he can think.

Mulligan gave us a special demonstration, at the Clarendon Fine Art Gallery on Dover Street.

Clarendon CEO Helen Swaby said: “We’re extremely excited to be hosting Toby Mulligan’s UK tour on the walls of the Clarendon Fine Art galleries, and are looking forward to introducing his masterful latest body of work to our clients. ”




Related articles

More in News

Sexual abuse victim Ione Wells on how she found hope again

While her own attacker reflects on his actions – Ms Wells hosts workshops in schools and colleges to talk to young people about consent

Lord Leach: Only 'big picture' reform will keep Britain in the EU

Through his think-tank Open Europe, Lord Leach is at the heart of the referendum debate, consulted by both camps. He explains to Margareta Pagano...

Ex-Autonomy chiefs say HP was warned over revenue growth

A due diligence report  for HP mentioned accounting differences