Scott Bridgwood is a figurative painter whose works are held in private collections in the UK and Italy. After graduating from Chelsea Art College in Fine Art Painting in 1991, Scott exhibited in London at a range of venues, including The Institute of Contemporary Art and Westminster Gallery, before moving to Rome, where he painted and taught at the British Cultural Institute for 8 years.
Since returning to the UK Scott has exhibited and sold widely across the Midlands and has won various prizes, including the prestigious Windsor and Newton, First Place at Patchings.
Covered in charcoal
“I find the human figure intriguing: very familiar yet enormously complex; immensely symbolic, and, a wonderful vehicle of light."