Mark Sheeky is a contemporary renaissance man; an oil painter, music composer, piano player, author of poetry and prose, broadcaster, and more. His childhood passion was computer game design and programming, composing music on software of his own design. In 2004 he began oil painting and decided shortly after to devote his life to art.

An uncompromisingly imaginitive and prolific artist, Mark continues to produce artwork to the best of his ability.

Selected Awards
1st Prize, Jobling Gowler Art Competition.
1st Prize, Grosvenor Museum's 10th Open Art Exhibition.
The Barracks Trust Award, Three Counties Open.
1st Prize, Migraine Action Association Open Art Competition.
Winner, Hide It! Short Story Competition.

Mark's oil painting "Two Roman Legionaries Discovering The God-King Albion Turned Into Stone" is part of the permanent collection of the Grosvenor Museum, Chester.

12 Solo Exhibitions Including
The Life And Death Of Arazmax Kane, Chester Art Centre (2016)
The Phenomenology of Love, Gabriel Fine Art, Waterloo (2015)

Over 40 National Juried Exhibitions Including
ING Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London (2016)
RWA164, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol (2016)
Whittingham Riddell National Fine Art Open Competition, Weston Park (2014)
Warrington Contemporary Open, Warrington Museum (2012)
The Grosvenor Museum's 9th Open Art Exhibition, Grosvenor Museum, Chester (2011)
R.B.S.A. Prize Exhibition, R.B.S.A. Gallery, Birmingham (2010)
Tabernacle Art Competition, MOMA Wales (2009)
R.B.S.A. Open Portrait Award, R.B.S.A. Gallery, Birmingham (2008)
Shrewsbury International Open Art Exhibition, Shrewsbury Museum (2007)
One Love, The Lowry, Manchester (2006)