Mike Worrall UK; Australia, b. 1942-
Mike Worrall was born in Derbyshire United Kingdom in 1942 and began his career in 1958 as a commercial illustrator and bisualiser in London. By 1968 Mike was working as a full-time painter, exhibiting regularly at the Piccadilly Gallery and Anthony Tooth Galleries.
As a result of his painting, in 1971 Mike was encouraged to work in the film industry. Roman Polanski acquired works by Worrall and was inspired by his style when filming Macbeth. Worrall worked on numerous films over the next three decades which took him to the UK, USA New Zealand and Australiam where he continued to paint and illustrate.
Worrall moved to Australia in 1988 and his work is represented in the BHP Billiton, Victor Lownes III, Gordon Honeycomb, Roman Polanski, Alan Price, Nicholas Roeg and Gary Reilly collections.
2006 Wagner Art Gallery- Mind Drifts
2004 Wagner Art Gallery - New Paintings
2002 Wagner Art Gallery- New Paintings
2000 Wagner Art Gallery- New Paintings
1999 Wagner Art Gallery- Mixed Show
1998 Wagner Art Gallery- Mixed Show
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