Roy's People Art Fair Supported By Art Republic

Free Tickets

Bargehouse, London | 12th – 15th April 2018

Artists

We have carefully selected for you some of our favourite artists. Here you can find information of each artist who has shown at a Roy’s People Art Fair including exhibitions, achievements and sample works.

Bio:

Alex paints in a purpose built studio inside a cow shed on Symondshyde Farm. She completed a five year artist fellowship at Digswell Arts (www.digswellartstrust.com) in autumn 2016. She has held AIR positions with Middlesex University 2008-2010 (with whom she also completed a Masters in Fine art 2007), Brent Museum and Archives (2010-11), English National Ballet (2013), and Watford Museum 2014. She has exhibited widely in the UK and has work in private collections in Europe.

Recent exhibitions include, the tenth, eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth editions of The Other Art Fair, London, 2015, 2016 and 2017; ongoing exhibitions with Bils and Rye Gallery, Yorkshire; Transition with Alexandra Harley at The Stone Space, 2016; A Space Between at The Stone Space, 2015; Art Fair East, Norwich, 2015. In November and December 2015, she exhibited with Quercus Gallery in Bath; with Free Painters and Sculptors at the Menier Gallery in and with Digswell Arts, at the Fenners building, Letchworth.

She is co-director and co-founder of HertsCreation C.i.C working with the arts as a tool for learning. She trained as a personal coach with RD1st in 2016 and works as a Trainee Creative Specialist with Be Smart About Art.

Alex works an creative practitioner and project manager in educational and community settings. To find out more about this work, visit the learning section of the website. During 2017, she is engaged by A New Direction on the My Creative School programme and has regularly delivered Artsmark inspiration days in collaboration with Nimblefish. She is an Arts Award Advisor for The Funky Pie Company working with young people from SEN and EBD schools. In 2016, she produced a heritage exhibition and archive for Peace Hospice Care. This was exhibited at Watford Museum before being installed permanently in the Hospice building.


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