A masters graduate of The Royal College of Art in 2004, British artist Kelly Jenkins has gone onto exhibit extensively at a national and international level, producing a vast body of work, with clients and collectors in London, Asia, US and Europe.
Kelly has received several awards including The Lucienne Day Award at New Designers and The John Lewis Interiors Award. Her work has gained further recognition through national press and publications including Blueprint, Elle Interiors, Grand Designs, Icon, Financial Times and Crafts Magazine.
Kelly has also undertaken radio and TV interviews concerning the subject of textiles and fine art, chaired debating panels on art practice and judged national competitions including the NEC’s annual National Knitting Show.
She also has a wealth of teaching experience. In a previous life Kelly was Head of Textiles at a London academy and has also lectured at institutions including West Wales School of The Arts and Oxford University.