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BS9 Arts Trail 2021

We are currently planning to hold the BS9 Arts Trail next summer, as a venue based trail that will conform to Covid Guidance for Public Events.

We shall circulate more up to date information, probably in October/ November.

In the meantime, we wish all our artists and patrons a healthy and productive year, and look forward to seeing you again at the next BS9 Arts Trail.

 

All the very best, BS9 Arts

Ai li

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Mixed Media, Pastels, Watercolours, Acrylics, Oils

 

 

 

 

Aili was born in Singapore and is currently based in Bristol where she works as a Chartered Environmentalist supporting defence programmes.

 

She is self-taught and influenced by artists who aren’t afraid of colours and whose seemingly loose, yet precise rendering of their subjects convey raw emotions and a sense of liberation. She is inspired by the work of the impressionists such as van Gogh, Cezanne, Sher-Gil but also deeply admires O’ Keefe, Freud amongst others. Her creativity blossomed when she moved to ‘quirky’ Bristol known for the unbridled creativity of its street art and community of creatives.

 

She works in multiple and mixed media and her techniques are characterised by the strong use of colours applied in a manner that celebrates both the elements of control and chaos.

 

Her artwork had been selected for exhibition at the Royal West of England Academy (RWA) 166th Open Exhibition in 2018. Her work is in private collections in both the UK and her native Singapore, with corporate commissions including Bristol Balloons.

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Venue

 

 

Trinity College,

Stoke Hill,

Stoke Bishop,

Bristol

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