Artist Fletcher Crossman
Fletcher Crossman is a British artist with a classical training from the University of Lancaster. After graduating in 1987, Fletcher worked as an illustrator in London, with clients including HarperCollins and the Tolkien Foundation. In the 1990’s Fletcher’s work received increasing critical acclaim, culminating in an invitation to exhibit at the Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter. This solo exhibition led to demand to Fletcher’s work from galleries and collector’s Fine Art.
In 1999 Fletcher took part in a cultural exchange to the USA organized by the Fulbright Commission, and this introduced Fletcher’s work to the American market for the first time. Fletcher was quickly in demand both as a teacher (University of Idaho), writer (Artists and Graphic Designer’s Market) and exhibitor. As well as exhibiting annually at the New York ArtExpo, Fletcher is now represented by galleries across the states.
In 2002, Fletcher moved to Charleston, South Carolina, where he lives with his wife and three children.