Allan Storer’s abstract works are primarily impasto oil with some in mixed media and acrylics.

He paints in studios in London and St. Ives, Cornwall.

Influenced by Gerhard Richter’s squeegee technique and the contemporary styles of both Rothko and Pollock,  Allan is fascinated by the innate organic quality of oil paint and its facility to explore the dictum truth to material:

“ My aim is to channel an emotion and energy to connect both viewer and painting, utilising paint and colour as the ultimate medium and reality. Impasto oil and colour create their own reality by contrast to imitation: that is a copy of reality, immitating the world beyond the canvas.”

Allan Storer 


"Though I sang like the sea, in my chains" Dylan Thomas

"Though I sang like the sea, in my chains" Dylan Thomas

Following seven years studies in universities, including post graduate research at Chelsea College of Art and finally Kings College, Allan followed an interesting and varied career journey in the worlds of theatre, education and therapy. He is a member of the Federation of British Artists and the Hesketh Hubbard Art Society.

Private collections: Royal household, celebrities, politicians and homes in the UK, US, and Europe.

Projects: Executive Villas and developments in Southern France and the UK.

Work and images: Featured in national tournaments in the USA. CD album covers and as event logos as far away as Columbia.

Exhibited with the Royal Institute of Oil Painters in the Mall Galleries, London, museums and public art galleries.

Allan’s work is also featured in the Public Catalogue Foundation of Paintings in the National Collection sponsored by the BBC.

Art Workshops and Tuition. Allan is a respected art tutor and and lecturer, please see menu bar for more information regarding mentoring, workshops and art talks.

Just a few of my commissions


My largest painting to date:

26-feet high painting reached between both the ground and first floors of this McAlpine Show Home.

Project: Cheyne Terrace

Location: Chelsea, London

Cheyne Terrace, located in prime central London between the King’s Road and Cheyne Walk, will comprise 25 luxury apartments with the benefit of large terraces, a private swimming pool and leisure facility, along with extensive car parking, 24 hour security and concierge.

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Should I Presume

6ft x 6ft impasto oil squeege, one of several exhibited over three years.

Minotti London Showroom in Margaret Street W1W 8SW



Turbulent Sea

6ft x 6ft. impasto oil squeege.

St. Ives, Restaurant Space

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Dynastic Phenomenon

6ft x 6ft impasto oil squeege painting, one of nine supplied.

Project: Executive apartments in the 2012 Grand Prix in Monaco.

Exhibition History

  • AAardvark Gallery, Shropshire : Affordable Art Fair, Battersea : American National Rugby Play Offs (USA) : Art House Gallery St. Ives, Cornwall;

  • Bayswater Road Artist Association, London : Bedford Park Arts Festival, London : Birmingham NEC; Cobalt Gallery : Curzon Gallery Wimbledon

  • Glynn Vivian Art Gallery ; South Wales. Graham Hunter Gallery, Marylebone, London W1U 6RQ

  • Landmark Gallery London : Leadenhall Elevated Art Fair, London : Loplop Studio, Twickenham : Llangollen International Pavilion.

  • Marriott Hotel, Cardiff : Mumbles Road Gallery, Swansea : Mall Galleries, London

  • No Naked Walls Gallery, Surrey : Nostalgia Gallery, London : National Trust, Rhossili Gower. Oyster Gallery, Mumbles, South Wales.

  • Par ici Gallery London : Picture House Gallery Padstow;

  • Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Mall Galleries, London;

  • Saltmarshe Gallery Cardiff : Salubrious Gallery, Swansea : Museum of Wales : St. Ives Art Club. Tate, Gallery, St. Ives, Cornwall, Charity Auction

  • Tros Gynnal Art Exhibition, South Wales : Swansea Museum : Turner Barnes Graham Gallery, Surrey

  • Up Front Rugby Fashion, Covent Garden, London : Up Front Rugby Fashion, Westfield Centre : Up Front Rugby Fashion, Blue Water

  • Washington Gallery, Penarth : Wimbledon Artist Opens Studios : World Rugby Museum, Twickenham, London; Wyecliff Gallery, Surrey : Wychwood Art Gallery, Deddington

  • Various UK. Galleries