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my  Journey 

Henry Falzon is an artist who creates wall paintings depicting landscapes and seascapes. His  main medium is oil on canvas

Henry Falzon is an artist based in Malta, with a growing international audience. 

Henry started his artistic journey in the early 90s with Black & White photography while in his late teens. Shooting film was Henry’s way of exploring and projecting the way he perceives life and the things around him. His preoccupation has been centred around capturing moments and presenting them in a way to make a statement or impression. Often, angles of familiar views are presented in unusual ways, a recurring challenge for Henry. 

1990 - 1997 - Black & White photography - developing own film and printmaking - my formative years

2002 - 2010 - early oil painting phase - producing acceptable ‘early’ style work in small volumes

2011 - 2013 - early pastel phase  - producing highly stylised pinstripe artwork

2013 - Group exhibition participation with the Malta Pastel Society

2014-2017 - en plein air phase with a robust output of quality work - oils - watercolour - acrylics

2016 - 2017 - various participations in group shows with the Plein Air Painters of  Malta 

2018 - present - left plein air work to pursue narrative studio concepts using mainly pastels as a medium

2019 - May - small solo exhibition in Valletta - Morphing Isles

2019 - November - full-bodied solo exhibition at Gallery 23 Malta - The Bicycle Ride - featuring a strong retrospective element.

2020 -  November group exhibition and Gallery 23

2020 - new representation at Camileri Paris Mode

2020 -  November group exhibition at Gallery 23

2020 - new representation at Camilleri Paris Mode

2020 - became Associated Artist with Unison Colour,  pastel makers - Northumberland, UK

2021 - now a full-time artist

2021 - new ventures with Reduction linocut

2022 - new Monotypes and Mezzotint prints

2023 - Bottled Time - solo exhibition - Camilleri Paris mode

2023 - new work with oils alongside the more familiar pastel work

2023 - Villa Frere - Group exhibition - Gallery 23

2023 - Corpus et Partis - solo exhibition - Kamra ta' Fuq

2024 - Land & Sea - collective exhibition - Gallery 23

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