Andrea Wright

Andrea V. Wright is a multi-disciplinary artist currently based in Bath, UK. She graduated
with a BA from Chelsea College of Art & Design in 1994 and embarked on a career in fashion, styling and music working with magazines such as The Face, Arena and Italian Vogue before re- engaging with her art practice in 2010.

Since graduating with Distinction, MA Fine Art, Bath School of Art & Design in 2016 she has been invited to exhibit in London at Arthouse1, Collyer Bristow Gallery, The Koppel Project, ’New Relics’at Thames Side Studios and Prevent This Tragedy at Von Goetz, Post Institute.

Andrea had her first Solo Show this year and was recently selected for the Jerwood Drawing Prize, 2017 and the Royal Society of Sculptors Bursary Award 2017/18.

Laplace, 2018. Latex, neon light, steel, pigment, paint, tape and found object. Dimensions variable. Photography by Corey Bartle Sanderson © DATEAGLE ART 2018
Vertical Accension (2016) Y Steel, Wood, Paint, Rubber and Tape

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  1. […] Andrea Wright lives and works in Bath, England, a heritage city with antique and ancient buildings surrounded by rolling countryside. The arts scene in Bath differs greatly from London. It is less “urban and edgy” but there is an artistic presence in the city. It is also far more affordable than London in terms of cost of living and studio space. At present, Wright is working on two upcoming group exhibitions – one is a drawing festival for which she is providing a sculptural element. For the other she is fabricating display structures from which she can hang draped fabric elements. Wright also teaches a spatial drawing workshop. To hear more about all of these projects and more, listen to the complete interview. […]

  2. […] Andrea Wright lives and works in Bath, England, a heritage city with antique and ancient buildings surrounded by rolling countryside. The arts scene in Bath differs greatly from London. It is less “urban and edgy” but there is an artistic presence in the city. It is also far more affordable than London in terms of cost of living and studio space. At present, Wright is working on two upcoming group exhibitions – one is a drawing festival for which she is providing a sculptural element. For the other she is fabricating display structures from which she can hang draped fabric elements. Wright also teaches a spatial drawing workshop. To hear more about all of these projects and more, listen to the complete interview. […]