Twinkle Troughton is an artist living and working in Margate who makes paintings inspired by landscapes, narrative and notions of displacement or belonging. She has exhibited both in the UK and internationally and has work in private collections.
Alongside her practice and personal blog, Twinkle also writes for and is the Art & Culture editor of the Margate Mercury.
Forthcoming solo exhibition: Gallery 64a, Oxford St, Whitstable, Kent 3rd - 25th November 2018
“With the fine skills of an old master she paints
her fabulous paintings…”
Wiener Zeitung (Vienna Daily)
“Twinkle’s experimental fusion of oil and chemicals to create the grim fairy-tale landscape in which humanity is rejected, lost and possibly found again worked in response to what Picasso started when he made Guernica – paintings that resonate, tell the story to remind and warn.”
Sue Mulholland, Director of Art and Design and Technology Dulwich College
If you are interested in buying signed limited edition prints, please follow this link to Twinkle's online shop or feel free to get in touch via the contact page - Twinkle Troughton Online Shop
To read more on Twinkle's background and work with artist Tinsel Edwards, you can read the essay Affluence and Avarice by painter Graham Crowley here.