Malcolm Giladjian was born in Dover 1953
Bought up and educated in Woking Surrey
In 1968 he did a City and Guilds Apprenticeship in blacksmithing, which involved Sculpture and Design at Quinells in Surrey
In 1988 – 90 Malcolm studied Art and Architectural Design at Brook House College of Art in Wiltshire and gained a Diploma with distinctions.
Post Graduate Studies
In Central France in Cher in the Region of Berry and the Le Loire spent some time studying colour and sketching.
1996 Bradford on Avon in Wiltshire
1998 – 1999 Bridport Art Gallery in Dorset
2007 Central Brittany
2013 Broadwindsor Gallery
Malcolm has always been interested in the way in which nature plays its part in creating many illusions with colour and light. He states there are many times where the eye will take in tricks formed through light and colour that may alter the visions and view. In other words he goes on to say ‘nature is giving us the opportunity to see things how it should be viewed’
He also states that nature itself works with the colour and light, it’s how the natural world has evolved. The reflection in water burst with colour, each ripple acting as an individual mirror showing off its surroundings in a splendid way. The magic of that yellow light that makes bluebells sing.
His work shows freedom. It breaks down the boundaries and opens eyes to how they see the natural world.