BELL, Amanda

1971 - ?

Amanda Kaye Walker was born in Yorkshire in 1971. In 1996 she married Edward A. Bell and works as Amanda Bell. Amanda studied at Ipswich School of Art 1987-1989 under Ken Back and Richard Scott and, after gaining a Dip Art & Design, specialised in illustration at Cambridge Polytechnic, gaining a Higher National Diploma in 1992 and a teaching qualification in 2002 being awarded the Anna Airy award for her prints of Ecuador in 1992. An artist and teacher working in Halesworth, Suffolk and in Oxfordshire working on a variety of subjects, landscapes, figures, portraits, and still-life with most of her work being done directly on the site but she may compete a piece in her studio. Her time is divided between painting and teaching at Woodbridge Art Club, also teaching at Chediston Art Group and Westleton Art Group. A member of the Southwold Art Circle and has completed various commissions from a 9ft mural of Provence to several paintings of family pets for private collections. She has also painted individual portraits in pastel, charcoal, and oil.

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