Born in 1947, Paul Hedley was brought up in Chatham, Kent. He attended Medway College of Art from 1966-68, and Maidstone College of Art 1968-71 and was awarded the Diploma in Art and Design. He received a David Murray Landscape Scholarship in the summer of 1971, and was a prizewinner in the 1976 Camden Painting Competition.
His paintings and drawings show his incredible ability to describe figurative form in the context of good quality and exciting compositions.
His work is in the collections of the London Borough of Camden, Queen Mary College and has also been have been exhibited in many major Exhibitions and Galleries, including the Royal Society of British Artists, Royal Institute of Oil Painters, New English Art Club, Hampstead Artists' Council, Bath Contemporary Arts Fair and the Rainer Joniskeit Gallery, Stuttgart.