BARTHOLOMEW, Hilary A

c.1950 - ?

Hilary studied at Suffolk College 1996-1999 obtaining a First BA (Hons) also an MA from University of East Anglia 1999-2000 working under Ken Back and Charlotte Steward from 2002. Her work covers a wide range of subject matter painted in oils seeking to evoke the atmospheric and emotional aspects of everyday objects and scenes. She is inspired by the rich ambience found in the work of artists such as Rembrandt and Chardin, as well as the melancholic mood and superb compositional skills of Hopper. Often, a figurative interpretation can be a starting point for more intuitive work that can approach abstraction. Her studio is at 27 Cranley Hill, Eye, Suffolk and a member of the Waverley Springs Art Collective. She has exhibited at The Aldeburgh Gallery; Oldham’s Gallery, Ipswich; Cinema Gallery, Aldeburgh; Harleston Arts Festival, Norfolk; The Society of Women Artists, Mall Galleries London; Orwell Park School, Ipswich; Halesworth Gallery; Mall Galleries, London; Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh; Pond Gallery, Snape Maltings, Suffolk; The Hunter Gallery, Long Melford, Suffolk; Buckenham Gallery, Southwold and Llewellyn Alexander, The Cut, Waterloo, London.









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