Pip Seymour is a painter and writer, who lives in England and Italy. He studied Fine Art at Bradford College of Art, Winchester School of Art and Brighton Polytechnic and has been a practising artist since the mid-1980s.
He has lectured in painting materials and techniques at a number of institutions since the late 1908s, including Camberwell College of Art & Design, Birmingham City University, University of Northumbria, Winchester School of Art, The Prince’s Drawing School (now Royal Drawing School), Glasgow School of Art, University of Central Lancashire, Manchester Met – and has run workshops on paint technique for many years in Italy and at a number of museums in the UK: Abbot Hall, Kendal, the Colour Museum, Bradford.
With painter Rebecca Wallace, he is a co-Director of the paint manufacturers Wallace Seymour Fine Art Products since 2010, based in North Ribblesdale. Pip Seymour has exhibited at many public and commercial galleries over the years, including The New Academy Gallery, London - Café Gallery, London - Hammerson Int, London - Dean Clough, Halifax - South Square Gallery, Bradford - Studio Orange - Porto san Giorgio, Italy - Three Peaks Arts, Horton in Ribblesdale - Abbot hall, Kendal, Harewood House, Leeds - Amandola Festival, Italy. Most recent solo show was in 2016, ‘Moughton Mysteries’, at the The Old Station Gallery, Rowsley, Derbyshire. Catalogue available, request via Coles Gallery. In Ireland, Pip is represented by Beara Gallery Co. Kerry (www.thebearagallery.com).