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SARAH GILLESPIE RWA

CURRICULUM VITAE

Education:

1981-82
Paris. Atelier Neo-Medici.
16&17C methods and materials
1982-85
Oxford University (Pembroke Coll.) Ruskin School of Drawing & Fine Art – BFA.

Selected exhibitions:

2017
Beaux Arts London – solo exhibition
Selector for DRAWN Biennial RWA
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
2016
Elected RWA Academician
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
Derwent Prize – shortlisted
Cartwright Hall (Bradford Museums) ANIMAL
2015
Beaux Arts London – solo exhibition
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
Beaux Arts Bath – solo print exhibition
2014
Beaux Arts London MASTER DRAWINGS
London Art Fair – Beaux Arts
2013
Beaux Arts London TREE – 4 person show
Beaux Arts Bath Small Works – – solo exhibition
Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition
Coombe Gallery – Dartmouth – ANIMALIA
Kestle Barton – Cornwall. Artist in Residence
London Art Fair – Beaux Arts
2012
Beaux Arts Bath – solo exhibition
Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition – Invited artist.
Threadneedle Prize Exhibition – Mall Galleries, London
Royal West of England Academy – Prize winner.
The Original Print Show – Waterhouse & Dodd, London
London Art Fair – Beaux Arts
2007-11
Represented by Waterhouse & Dodd (Cork Street, London and Portland Gallery London – solo exhibition
International private & public collections.
2010
Raw Materials – (3 person) Coombe Gallery Dartmouth
The London Art Fair – Waterhouse & Dodd
‘Native Place’ – Waterhouse & Dodd London
3 person show with Peter Randall Page & Anna Gillespie
New Street gallery. – Plymouth. Summer Show
The London Art Fair – Waterhouse & Dodd
Palm Beach 3 Miami – Waterhouse & Dodd
Art Hamptons NY. USA – Waterhouse & Dodd
2008
‘Crossing Over’ – Beaux Arts Bath
Artspaces @ Roland Lewinsky Building – Plymouth.
The London Art Fair – Waterhouse & Dodd
2007
Waterhouse & Dodd London – solo exhibtion
The London Art fair – Waterhouse & Dodd
Artist in Residence, Sharpham Trust, Devon
2006
Concepts in Realism – Las Manos Gallery, Chicago
The Last Picture Show -New Street Gallery , Plymouth
Selected Group Show – Coombe Gallery, Dartmouth
The London Art Fair – Waterhouse & Dodd
2005
Waterhouse & Dodd London – solo exhibition
Art London – Waterhouse & Dodd
Palm Beach 3 Miami – Waterhouse & Dodd
2004
Waterhouse & Dodd London – selected group exhibition
New Street Gallery Plymouth – 2 person exhibition
2003
New Street Gallery Plymouth – solo exhibition
2002
‘The Sea Show’ Thompsons Gallery London
2001
‘Elemental’ Coombe Farm Gallery Devon – group show.
Thompsons Gallery – Stow-on-the-Wold – autumn show
Ariel Centre Gallery, Devon – solo exhibition
2000
Ariel Centre Gallery, Devon – solo exhibition
‘The Sea, the Sea’ 6 Chapel Row Gallery, Bath
1999 Ireland. Represented by the Kent Gallery, Kinsale.
‘Contemporary Realists’ Gallery North, Toledo, USA
Royal West of England Academy – open
1998
Cheltenham Drawing Open
1997
Ombersley Gallery, Worcestershire – solo exhibition
Royal West of England Academy – Open.
1993
Birth of Son
1992
Birth of Daughter
1991
Hong Kong. Re-design and gilding of the Giant Door Gods at Peninsula Hotel.
1990
Gallery Revel New York USA – Atelier Neo-Medici retrospective.
New York. Represented by Gallery Revel.
London. Restored Sir Gerald Moira’s Arthurian Cycle frieze at the Trocadero.
1989
Thursday Gallery Bath – solo exhibtion
1988
Bath. Weir Gallery. 3 person show
Bath. Thursday Gallery. 3 person showLondon. Represented by Art for Offices.
Invited member of Bath Society of Artists.
Restored the John Piper stained glass windows at All Saints Church, Bristol.Paris. 5 Person Show, Gallérie Jean-Pierre Lavignes.

Awards:

1983
Egerton Coghill Award for Landscape Painting.
1985
Elizabeth Greenshield International Award for figurative painting.
2014
Making a Mark – Best art blog 2014

Selected private and public collections:

Merryl Lynch Bank.
Rolls Royce.
Victoria Gallery, Bath.
Government Offices for the South West.
Rowcroft Hospice
Chatsworth House

Publications:

The Slapton Ley Project – Pub. White Lane Press
A View from the Boathouse Window – Poems by Brian Patten, drawings by Sarah Gillespie. Pub. Sharpham Trust