Paul Binnie Homo Fine Art
Paul Binnie (born in 1967) is a Scottish painter and printmaker especially known for his color woodblock prints. He studied fine art at Edinburgh University and Edinburgh College of Art and, after taking his MA (Hons) in 1990, lived in Paris working both as a professional artist and as a teacher of art at the École du Louvre and Atelier Hourdé. Binnie moved to Tokyo in early 1993 to study printmaking and trained under the master printer of Doi-Hangaten on the recommendation of artist Toshi Yoshida. He moved to London in late 1998 and continued making prints as well as painting and drawing in a variety of media. He moved to San Diego in early 2019. Binnie has exhibited widely in such places as Tokyo, Paris, London and New York, and his work is in collections such as the British Museum and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
We are delighted to have Paul's work in Pan Homo Art, and invite you to dive into his world of men, in oil, conte and other techniques, reminding us a bit of the Renaissance period artists, and other classic art.