Trevor Sutton lives and works in London. He went to art school in the 1960’s, graduating with a post-graduate diploma in 1972. He has from the outset, remained a non-figurative painter and printmaker. In addition to working in London he has taken up many residencies and fellowships abroad, most recently in France and Ireland. His work is exhibited worldwide but his strongest links outside the UK are with Japan, Austria, Denmark, and The Netherlands.
Suttons work is in many corporate and public collections including:

Aberdeen Art Gallery, Scotland

Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina, USA

Artotheque de la Ville d’Annecy, France

Artotheque de Limousin, France

Arts Council of Great Britain, London

Ballinglen Museum of Art, Ireland

British Council, London

British Land, London

Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio, USA

Contemporary Art Society, London

Deutsche Bank AG, London

Ernst & Young, London

Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall

Goldman Sachs International, London

Government Art Collection, London  

Kasser Foundation, Montclair, New Jersey, USA

Kunstgarten, Graz, Austria

Merrill Lynch International Bank, London

NSA Collection, Noborimachi Space of Art, Hiroshima, Japan

Pallant House, Chichester

Santa Barbara City College, USA

Stichting Ecliptica, The Netherlands

Stichting Mondriaanhuis, The Netherlands

Tate Gallery, London

Unilever Plc, London

University of East Anglia

University Hospital Birmingham

Victoria Art Gallery, Bath 
1948        Born Romford, Essex
1967-71    Hornsey College of Art
1971-72    Birmingham Polytechnic
1972        Sir Whitworth Wallis Award (First prize)
1976        Arts Council Award
1979        Tolly Cobbold/Eastern Arts 2nd Exhibition, (Prizewinner)
1980        John Moores Exhibition 12 (Prizewinner)
1989        Lorne Award
1997        South Bank Banner Competition (Prizewinner)
2000-03   Research Fellow, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London
2001        Fellow, Ballinglen Arts Foundation, County Mayo, Ireland
2012        Artist in Residence, Kunstgarten, Graz, Austria