In the 1960s Pop Art enjoyed a great burst of creativity. A pivotal figure was Colin Self, others in the group included Peter Blake and David Hockney.

Colin has a strong belief in his own wandering creativity and continues to produce work which is admired and sought after internationally.  Many of his most iconic works are collages of which he says ‘for collages I do not have an image in my mind.  They emerge as the result of things I happen by chance or fate to find’.

Colin’s work has been shown in over 20 exhibitions at the Tate and 11 times at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Tabby Cat by Colin Self

Collage and mixed media - Tabby Cat signed and dated, 27.3.2002, 35x49cm