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Runner-Up in the 2018 Hoop Awards
The RWA – Bristol's first art gallery - is proud to bring world-class visual art from around the world to the South West. Through its extensive programme of exhibitions, events, workshops, talks and lectures, the RWA is committed to providing great art for everybody, and to promoting the understanding and enjoyment of art for the widest possible audience.
Arts & Crafts
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"The chance to create offers us so much: escapism, a challenge, to have fun, to learn, to make friends, to be messy, and most of all a space to be masters of our own worlds in which we will create!’’ Abby has been part of the Bristol art scene for over 10 years. Exhibiting locally and part of the Jamaica Street Artists group, her large scale paintings that celebrate the natural form are well known across the city and beyond. In recent years she has expanded her practice to include community based workshops offering creative support to the Elderly and children through a variety of mediums.
Jenny Cooper studied Fine Art at Bath Spa University and has recently graduated from University College London with an MA in Art and Design Education. Jenny used to be Events Manager at RWA and is now working as Participation Programme Manager at Studio Voltaire, London.
Karen is an artist and designer with a degree in Textiles and Fashion and a passion for teaching art to young children. Alice is an artist, teacher and award-winning photographer . Karen and Alice launched Let's Make Art in 2012. Let's Make Art gives children the opportunity to discover and create high quality artwork in a safe and friendly environment, allowing young creative minds to soar.
Sophie Rae loves creating colourful prints by applying ink directly to the paper with a roller, sometimes using stencils to help form the image. Her classes allow people to experiment and play with a really interesting print process that can be done at home, with spontaneity. She enjoys variety and is also found doing illustration commissions and facilitating community arts projects, such as the mural on Church Road in Redfield, or going into schools and colleges to teach her process to young students.
Victoria is a Bristol-based illustrator and artist-educator. She has a wealth of experience running workshops for children and families across Bristol and Somerset, including the RWA, Bristol Print Collective and Hauser and Wirth, Bruton.
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