Malcolm Ashman (born in Bath, 1957) is a British painter who works principally in oils and pencil. The landscape and the figure feature as predominant subjects within his output. He has exhibited across the south of England and in London, including at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, the Threadneedle Prize and the Royal Society of Portrait Painters.
Currently he lives and works in Bath.
'The landscape paintings are worked from brief drawings, memories and something deeper, maybe inherited memories I can't quite pin down. They are places I know well; this is an important part of the work, revisiting the familiar. At its core it's about the joy of solitude and the comfort of permanence.'
Academician at the Royal West of England Academy (RWA), Member of the Royal Society of British Artists (RBA), Member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters (ROI), Member of the Bath Society of Artists.