Rachel Wilcox studied at Bath Spa University, completing a joint honours degree in Art and Education during the 1980s followed by an MA Fine Art 2005-07.

Having been involved in extensive educational art projects during her teaching career (including many outside of the educational environment and in the community) Rachel now concentrates on her own art projects and art work.

Landscape and seascapes are elemental themes in the work. Contemplation and attentiveness is given to light textures, movement and atmosphere, the whole of which creates an individual diary of her own experiences.“I describe my current works as ‘painterly prints’. Each artwork is an individual and unique piece comprising atmospheric textures & light, that aims to capture fleeting moments of the day and night experienced within the landscape and on the sea.

Drawing and mark making within the printing process help to create what I hope is a poetic statement of those fleeting moments.”
February 2021

CV – Education

2005 – MA Contemporary Fine Art

1984 – BEd Art Hons

CV – Exhibitions

  • Mall Galleries, London – BITE Exhibition
  • Royal West of England Academy, Clifton, Bristol – Open
  • Bath Society of Artists Open & Members
  • Grafisch Atelier Alkmaar Print Exhibition, Netherlands
  • Victoria Gallery, Bath
  • Wales Contemporary, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire
  • South West Academy of Fine & Applied Arts, Exeter
  • Pound Arts, Corsham
  • RUH Bath Artists Printmakers show
  • Broadway Arts Festival
  • Red Dot Mini Print Cambridge & others
  • RUH “Art at the Heart”
  • 44AD Gallery, Bath “Deck the Halls”
  • Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institute BSA member exhibition
  • Symondsbury Estate, Dorset
  • Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institute BAP 30th Anniversary Exhibition
  • Cloud Nine Larkhall
  • Lyme Regis Town Mill Arts Open
  • Chapel Row Gallery, Bath
  • Out of the Blue Gallery, Bath
  • Black Swan Gallery, Frome
  • Jardinart Gallery, Northampton
  • The Art House, Westbourne, Chichester
  • The Art Cohort, Bath
Etching of wind and rain at Sharpitor, Salcombe - cv page