London born artist/designer Christopher Jenkins studied illustration at Falmouth College of Art. He has since created large public artworks, installations, window displays and interactive public engagement events. A wide imagination, combined with a practical skill set and professional approach have allowed him to deliver bespoke and thoughtful solutions to a wide range of solo and collaborative projects, working with corporate clients and local authorities as well as composers, performance artists and musicians.
Working from a converted Wesleyan chapel on the south coast of England, his studio based work stems from the post-industrial landscape of London where he was born. History and landscape entwined in a constant movement of people, agendas and desires. This work features intricate sculptures and installations and more recently, paintings that explore the fabric of our most basic needs, shelter.