Following on from her hugely successful debut exhibition in 2014, ‘Butterfly Mind’, Claire Bramwell-Pearson returns to Coningsby Gallery in London with ‘Coloured Passions’; a diverse exhibition featuring works on a range of media – including framed Giclée Fine Art prints, works on glass and textiles.
‘Coloured Passions’ at Coningsby Gallery
2 – 7 November 2015
30 Tottenham Street,
About Claire Bramwell-Pearson:
Claire Bramwell-Pearson is an experienced illustrator, cartoonist, animator and artist. She originally studied Fine Art (Communication Arts) at Hallam University, specialising in drawn animation and has since worked for most of the major animation companies including Walt Disney, Warner Brothers and Steven Spielberg’s ‘Amblimation’. Films included ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’,’Balto’, ‘Quest for Camelot’, ‘Help I’m a Fish’ amongst many others.
Claire now fuses her illustrative style with her fine art roots and the design influences from her time working in the Far East (Hong Kong) are also apparent within her work.