Amravati Mitchell is a British painter living in Central London. She makes vividly coloured surreal collations of paintings. Her style is naive and spontaneous with unusual juxtapositions. Amravati produces several works on a project looking at different aspects of an idea. Her latest project was Beneath the Waves on the underwater world. She works in mixed media painting loving to introduce unusual combinations and sometimes incorporates her monoprints and unusual materials.
Amravati trained for 7 years at Mary Ward College, Bloomsbury from Pre Foundation through Foundation and three years in Advanced Practice in Art and Design. She paints now in London and on a project basis in Europe and on occasion further afield. She creates small paintings and photos on site and then collates them in her studio to produce larger works.
Amravati is a qualified teacher of Vedic Art which introduces the spiritual nature of art. It is a healing art and helps to unblock the student’s creativity and encourages really unique work. Currently she teaches privately to Foundation.
Amravati has exhibited in public galleries in 3 group shows, for Charities and at Mary Ward College for painting and printmaking.
10 plus One, Espacio Gallery, London, 2017
Peep, Espacio Gallery, London, 2016
Secret Lives, 5th Base Gallery, London, 2015
LGBT Exhibition, Mary Ward, London, 2015
Burns Exhibition for African School, (Curator), Winchester, 2015
Fine Arts Foundation, Mary Ward, London, 2014
Pre Foundation, Mary Ward, London, 2013
Open Studios, Essex Unitarian Church, London, 2013