latest collection of paintings
2021 - Winter release
This year’s winter exhibition features paintings that have all been inspired by locations around Kieron’s two principal homes in Norfolk and Cornwall.
Limited Edition, signed and numbered, fine art conservation prints.
Limited to 25 copies. They are signed by Kieron, numbered and stamped with a publishing mark. Each fine art conservation print comes with a signed and stamped gallery Certificate of Authenticity.
welcome to kieron williamson
Here you will find everything you might need or want to know about Kieron and his incredible talent as one of the world’s youngest and most internationally known selling artists.
Kieron, as some of you may already know, from the age of just 5 years old, developed an incredible passion for two things in life; football and painting.
Needless to say, this site does not tell you much about his football career (yet!), but the website will tell you everything there is to know about Kieron Williamson’s passion for oil, watercolour and pastel, for the landscapes of North Norfolk, the Broads and the story of how it all started with a few sketches on a holiday in Cornwall to international media fame and lightening fast sales at all of his UK exhibitions.
It’s been 10 years!
Celebrating Kieron's journey so far...
Kieron is celebrating 10 years of painting after picking up a paintbrush for the first time at just 5 years of age!! Watch this video as we take you through the years of Kieron’s work.
2021 - Winter Release
This year’s winter exhibition features a body of work that have all been inspired by locations around Kieron’s two principal homes in Norfolk and Cornwall.
The painting pictured here titled ‘Silver and Gold’ was painted at Morston in Norfolk.
“I loved the colours in the sky before sunrise, reflecting in the water. I painted this down by the waters edge to the sound of the rigging chinking against the masts of yachts. I got the title of this painting from the golden colours in the sky and the silvery colours of the mudflats and breeze on the water.”
The Making of a master
Kieron held his first exhibition at the age of six. Buyers from around the world queue up to pay thousands for paintings by this boy, nicknamed ‘Mini Monet’. The media love him. Blue chip companies want him to endorse their products. Scientists have sought permission to wire up his brain. But there’s a lot more to Kieron Williamson’s success than just talent. This is a family affair. With exclusive access to the Williamson household, the film follows preparations for Kieron’s latest exhibition. It reveals how his career is skilfully managed by his family. Newcomers to both business and the art world, they’ve had to learn everything – from keeping Kieron on the level to looking after his public affairs and growing fortune. And this is a critical moment in his career as the 14-year-old begins the transition from child prodigy to adult artist.