to fill boxes twelve hours a day in a Southend factory. Collects
has lived in Leigh-on-Sea all his life - "the light on
the Thames estuary is incredible - it easily surpasses the light
of France." Used to circuit-race Aermacchi-Harley Davidson
and Yamaha motorcycles in Brands Hatch. Stopped after 130 m.p.h.
crash. Landscape painting bought by critic Brian Sewell who
wrote "Yours are typically heterosexual studies, all surface
and infusion and slight stirrings in the loins." Pincham-Phipps
commented, "that's me - he got it bang on! I can't thank
him enough for his friendly advice and time over the last few
years " Figure study bought by Martin Clunes.
Born Rochford, Essex
1965-69 Eastwood High School, Southend. Failed every exam and
left age fifteen.
1969-94 Worked as furrier, squadee in Parachute Regiment, in
shoe factory, in electronics factory, lamp factory, switch gear
factory, furniture factory, cartoonist for Beano and Dandy,
then unemployed for two years
1994-99 South East Essex College FE, then London Guildhall University
BA (Fine Art)
2001- Founded Southend Stuckists, exhibited in Vote Stuckist,
Fridge Gallery, Brixton and subsequent shows. Staunch participant
in Stuckist Turner Prize demonstrations.
2002 Son, Vinson (meaning son of Vincent), born 26 October.
in the painting in different guises. Doing the painting gave
me a quiet strength during a time when I was feeling oppressed
in a college dominated by conceptual art. I just felt anger
at so much poor art being produced and promoted. My tutor hated
the painting because I was producing figurative art."
gift of art was always there, but good teachers bring it out
to enable you to explore it and yourself. I do studies all the
time, even just sitting in a train station - sketch books, bits
of paper, anything. I change things during a painting all the
time. I'm not afraid of destroying a good painting in the process
Daniel Pincham-Phipps web
based on The Stuckists Punk
Victorian book (National Museums Liverpool)