Clare Bryan

Clare Bryan worked in graphic design before returning to study Printmaking and Bookbinding completing an MA in Bookarts at Camberwell in 1998. Teaching since 1997 she also works for and often collaborates with other artists making books and boxes. Her work can be found in various public and private collections including Yale Centre for British Art, The Government Art Collection and The Tate.

Describe your approach to teaching.

Through my teaching I hope to impart knowledge and skills to students enabling them to enjoy and be confident in their making.

What inspires your own work?

The natural world, scale, forms and surface.

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