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Alice Boyle - Windmill 1999

A Bowl of Cherried DragonsAlice Boyle left Gordonstoun in 1999 and is now pursuing her life as an artist. Alice won the Crinan Art award from Gordonstoun for her achievement in Art and went on to do an Art Foundation course followed by a Degree and Masters in Interior Architecture. In amongst studying Alice has managed to exhibit her work, teach art, guide around Glasgow’s Modern Art Gallery and Co-direct ‘The Graffiti Project’ on Kelburn Castle in 2006. In 2007 Alice moved to London and worked for Curtis Wood Architects, but fortunately was made redundant in early 2009, which resulted in her picking up the paintbrush again. Since then Alice has exhibited at 54 The Gallery, in Mayfair, with a solo exhibition and is currently working on her next solo show ‘Rhythmic Tales’, which will take place at Riverside Studios in Hammersmith running from the 11th – 31st October 2010 (Private View 13th October 6pm – 11pm). Alice also has a show at the Zetter Hotel in Farringdon, London, running for the whole of November 2010 and a group show in The Highwaymans Galley in Suffolk, running from the 3rd – 13th December 2010.

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