Carolyn Bew is an artist and educator based in Brighton, UK.

 

She works both as a painter and drawer, supporting a practice that depicts both people and animals - often in absurd, or unsettling situations. The animus is primarily concerned with the dynamic and emotionally charged landscape of childhood and the complexity of family relationships. Her work is indebted to mark-making and gesture, always returning to an expressionistic handling of materials.

 

Carolyn has a studio at Phoenix Art Space, where she also teaches life drawing.

Exhibitions

Drill Hall Gallery, W1 

Greek St., W1 

Small Mansions Gallery, W6

Lansdown Gallery, Bath

Orleans House Gallery, TW1

Gunnersbury Park Gallery 

198 Gallery, SE2

Business Design Centre  London, N1

Towner Gallery, Eastbourne

Richmond Hill Gallery, TW1

225 Shoreditch High St., E1

Townshend Gallery, TW1

Teaching

Chelsea College of Art and Design

Brighton University

University of the Creative Arts

V&A Museum, London

Kingston University

Education 

M.A. Painting, Central St. Martins School of Art, London

B.A. (Hons) Fine Art and Critical Studies, Central St. Martins School of Art, London

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