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After studying at the Somerset College of Art in the early 1960s, Brian Sweet (British, b. 1945) first worked on London’s Fleet Street as a general illustrator, primarily in advertising, before returning to Somerset in 1971. He found success illustrating books specializing in marine subjects and designing logo and promotional materials for the British Broadcasting Company’s television series <em>One World</em>. The 1980s marked both a stylistic change to his artwork and a return to the (now…

After studying at the Somerset College of Art in the early 1960s, Brian Sweet (British, b. 1945) first worked on London’s Fleet Street as a general illustrator, primarily in advertising, before returning to Somerset in 1971. He found success illustrating books specializing in marine subjects and designing logo and promotional materials for the British Broadcasting Company’s television series <em>One World</em>. The 1980s marked both a stylistic change to his artwork and a return to the (now…

Somerset College Of Arts & Technology - Venue Hire: Conferences

Somerset College Of Arts & Technology - Venue Hire: Conferences

Somerset College Of Arts & Technology - Venture Travel

Somerset College Of Arts & Technology - Venture Travel

Somerset College School of Art, Taunton, by Stride Treglown #RIBARegionalAwards

Somerset College School of Art, Taunton, by Stride Treglown #RIBARegionalAwards

Tony Brook grew up in Halifax in the north of England where most of his male relatives were miners (on his father’s side) and steelworkers and firemen (on his mother’s). He showed early promise in art, and left home in 1980 to study illustration at Somerset College of Arts and Technology in Taunton, switching to …

Tony Brook, Spin

Tony Brook grew up in Halifax in the north of England where most of his male relatives were miners (on his father’s side) and steelworkers and firemen (on his mother’s). He showed early promise in art, and left home in 1980 to study illustration at Somerset College of Arts and Technology in Taunton, switching to …

Jolanta Peters, Research & Libraries Services Manager at Somerset College, has pioneered the introduction of Amazon Kindle e-book readers for the College library. Not only has this enhanced the availability of reading resources, but it has also given technology students better access to library resources. With the Kindle devices technology students can ‘virtually’ carry many books at the same time, which ordinarily would be very difficult or not possible due to the heavy weight of the books.

LSIS Research Development Fellowship (RDF) projects Scaling new mountains: How can Joint Practice Development support the design and delivery of curriculum?

Some fifty years after his graduation from Somerset College of Art, Brian Sweet (b. 1945) continues to delight fans of his distinctive artwork. With the four paintings represented in this notecard collection, English-born Sweet turns his artist’s eye and brush toward Ireland, capturing four nostalgic scenes in gouache on board. His now signature retro style, informed by his background in commercial illustration and developed during the early 1980s, employs high contrast, saturated color…

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Somerset College Of Arts & Technology - Venue Hire: Conferences

Somerset College Of Arts & Technology - Venue Hire: Conferences

Somerset College Of Arts & Technology - Venue Hire: Conferences

Somerset College Of Arts & Technology - Venue Hire: Conferences

"Marilyn Monroe -Signed Limited Edition 80," pop art Marilyn Monroe print by artist Vee Bee | Discover more affordable Pop Art at Saatchi Art: http://www.saatchiart.com/art-collection/Painting-Collage-Photography/Pop-Art-for-2000-or-Less/722504/108368/view #popart

Pop Art for $2000 or Less Collection

'Marilyn Monroe' is a gorgeous Giclee with Silkscreen glazes print from artist Veebee (formally known as HYBRID). This piece is printed on Somerset Art paper and from a Limited Edition of This gorgeous Giclee features the iconic Marilyn Monroe and

Prosthetic make-up and wig by Media Make-up student Somerset College SFX prosthetics and accessories

Prosthetic make-up and wig by Media Make-up student Somerset College sfx special effects makeup effects

Mr. Kate - 50 Shades of Gray, Glam Room for CloeCouture!

50 Shades of Gray, Glam Room for CloeCouture!

Matthew Chambers’ creative journey began in 1993 with training in handmade tableware with Philip Wood in Somerset, UK. Art school followed in 1999 at both Bath School of Art and then the Royal College of Art, London from 2002. He now works from his studio on the Isle of Wight after moving there on a residency in 2004.

Isle of Wight, UK artist Matthew Chambers

Matthew Chambers’ creative journey began in 1993 with training in handmade tableware with Philip Wood in Somerset, UK. Art school followed in 1999 at both Bath School of Art and then the Royal College of Art, London from 2002. He now works from his studio on the Isle of Wight after moving there on a residency in 2004.

The Courtauld Institute of Art, Somerset House

The Courtauld Institute of Art, Somerset House

THE willow ‘cathedral’ in Longrun Meadows, Taunton.... The sculpture, made from living willow that will green up over time and take years to mature, was designed and created by Somerset-based Stefan Jennings, a former art student at nearby Somerset College, and Sophie Courtiour.

Willow Willow, Bark and moss/statue/statuette by Sophie Courtiour titled: 'Living Willow Cathedral (Woven Architectural Commission Garden sculptu)'

22"x18" (58x48cm) Framed Print featuring Poster produced for Great Western Railway (GWR) to promote rail travel to Somerset. The poster shows a rural scene with a cottage, old stone bridge, a stream, trees and green rolling hills. Artwork by Frank Newbould (1887-1951), who studied at Bradford College of Art and joined the War Office in 1942

22x18 (58x48cm) Framed Print of 'Somerset', GWR poster, 1936

22"x18" (58x48cm) Framed Print featuring Poster produced for Great Western Railway (GWR) to promote rail travel to Somerset. The poster shows a rural scene with a cottage, old stone bridge, a stream, trees and green rolling hills. Artwork by Frank Newbould (1887-1951), who studied at Bradford College of Art and joined the War Office in 1942

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