Ann Lewis

Ann was born in St. Asaph, Flintshire and now lives in Ty’n y Groes in the beautiful Conwy Valley.

She graduated in 1988 from Exeter College of Art & Design with an Honours Degree in Graphic design, was drawn ‘home’ to Wales where she worked as a freelance designer and illustrator until 1995.

Ann was Managing/Creative Director of Welsh web design company WiSS from 1996 to 2009.

Work in print includes illustrations for children’s books, book cover design, editorial illustration, advertising campaigns and graphic work for a variety of clients and organisations across Wales and the UK.

Since being accepted as an associate member of the Royal Cambrian Academy in 1992 and becoming a full member the following year, her work as a painter and printmaker has taken precedence over illustration and design.

She was a member of the Conwy Print Workshop from 1993 until it closed in 1997. All her printmaking is carried out in her studio in Ty’n y Groes.

Ann has exhibited in numerous group exhibitions, as well as solo and joint exhibitions in Liverpool, Manchester and Cardiff.

In 2005 Ann decided to take on the responsibility for setting-up a life-drawing group on behalf of the Royal Cambrian Academy. After running and co-ordinating the group for two years, Ann handed over to gallery staff who continue to organise a programme of classes on Wednesday evenings.

Ann has been a member of the RCA’s council on four occasions, was secretary from 2003 to 2006 and is part of the current council membership.

In April 2014, Ann was elected Vice-President of the Royal Cambrian Academy.

Her work can currently be seen at the Tegfryn Gallery, Menai Bridge, Anglesey, the Martin Tinney Gallery in Cardiff, the Royal Cambrian Academy in Conwy, Galeri in Betws y Coed, Sea Pictures Gallery in Clare, Suffolk, The Contemporary Six Gallery in Manchester and in Tonnau Gallery, Pwllheli.

Ann has work in the collection of the National Library of Wales (purchased in 1996 and 2006), the UK Government Art Collection (purchased 2012) and the Grosvenor Museum Collection, Chester (purchased 2016).

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