Bryony Benge-Abbott is a British Trinidadian visual artist working at the intersection of art, science & spirituality. She works in oil, ink, textiles & street art to explore our relationship to the natural world, particularly concepts of interconnectedness and ecocentrism. Bryony's paintings are exhibited UK-wide and her murals can be found across England, and on islands Ithaca and Tobago.
When working in the public-realm she often co-creates with scientists and community groups. Recent collaborators include the British Ecological Society and the Grantham Institute - Climate Change and Environment at Imperial College London. In 2019, Bryony was highlighted by the Mayor of London as a 'hidden credit to the city' as part of International Women's Day, as a result of her community engagement through street art. She has a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Bath Spa University and an MA in Museology from the University of East Anglia.
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