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Audrey Hammond

Audrey Hammond studied Fine Art at the University of Reading and Bournemouth College of Art.  After several years in Buckinghamshire as a freelance artist and tutor, she moved to the Cotswolds in 1978.  Audrey derives inspiration both from her strong roots in Dorset and the West Country and from her passion for the colours and patterns of the Cotswold landscape with its ancient Salt Ways and high blue hills’.  Other influences include the calm simplicity of Morandi’s still life work.  Currently she works mainly in mixed media with a bias towards pastel.

Group Exhibitions:
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
Royal Watercolour Society
Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour
Royal West of England Academy
Pastel Society
New English Art Club
Laing Landscape Competition
Century Gallery, Henley-on-Thames
Medici Gallery, London
Solo Exhibitions
WInds of Change Gallery, Winchcombe

Awards:
Watercolour Prize winner at the Royal West of England Academy
Collections:
Her work is represented in numerous public and private collections in Britain and overseas, including the permanent collection of the Cheltenham Art Gallery and BP International.