Born and educated in London, England, Trevor Goring started his career exhibiting in galleries and museums while teaching at the Montreal Museum School of Fine Arts. He published French language arts magazines, co-founded a Canadian national contemporary arts organization and directed a major public arts centre for over a decade. He has served on the Eastern Canada, Rhodes scholarship selection committee for three consecutive years.
In 1991 he founded Images Of Justice, a visual exploration of the history and symbolism of law through original paintings and prints. He has since exhibited at over 400 legal conferences in Europe and North America, given numerous illustrated lectures, published two legal art history books and written articles for print and electronic media. His works have appeared on scores of magazine front covers and in several widely used legal text books.
Portrait subjects include Supreme Court judges, philanthropists, elected politicians, university presidents and numerous prominent trial lawyers. His works are to be found in hundreds of private, public and corporate collections.
Trevor currently maintains studios in downtown Montreal, Canada and on the banks of the River Lee in Cork City, Ireland.