After studying at Derby and Winchester Schools of Art, Phil Hogben came to Cornwall in 1969 to teach at the Falmouth School of Art, where he remained for many years. He was a long-time member of the NSA, and served on the Council of NAG in its Centennial year (1995).
In 2000, his Apple Tree (Oil on canvas) was selected for the 20 Years of Contemporary Art exhibition at the Falmouth Art Gallery, and he commented 'My recent work has been drawn from the landscape, around the north west of Helston where I live. Once farmed by my wife's family it is an area of hills and high ground reminding me of the landscape of my Derbyshire childhood.'
works and access
Works include: Apple Tree (c2000)
Beside the Wave Gallery, Falmouth
Top Ten 1978 (South West Arts Award Winner in Fine Art)
NAG Art Share (Group) 1988
Falmouth Art Gallery (1) 20 Years of Contemporary Art (Group) 2000
2012: 'Effortless Brushstrokes', Falmouth Art Gallery 11 Feb - 14 Apr
NAG (Council 1995)
Falmouth College of Art
misc further info
Buckman (2006) Dictionary of Artists in Britain since 1945
Cross (2002) Catching the Wave (photo likeness & illus, pp204-5)
Falmouth Art Gallery 20 Years of Contemporary Art at Falmouth Art Gallery 1980-2000 (Exhibition catalogue)
Hardie (1995) 100 Years in Newlyn: Diary of a Gallery;