Brigid Brind is a Stockport based artist who was born in Salford.
After graduating in fine art at Newcastle University she studied theatre design and subsequently worked in London as a costume-prop maker and theatrical milliner eventually working for the Royal Opera House Covent Garden.
Later, moving north, she worked on fine art and mural commissions throughout the 1990s. During this period, she created artworks for Stockport Arts and Health as well as private clients. In 1998, she was interviewed by Granada Television about her mural painting and special paint effects work.
She taught at Stockport College for 19 years, delivering life drawing courses as well as general art and design, textiles and contextual studies.
She is a figurative artist. Her work is primarily concerned with natural form using a range of media and technique.
Continuing to work on recreating original 1930s murals for the Plaza Stockport.
Teaching acrylic painting weekend sessions for Creative Art Courses at Hope Mill, Manchester
Stockport Arts and Health
Vernon Mill Artists Open Exhibitions
Turners Gallery Stockport
Google Arts & Culture Healthcare Heroes Online Exhibition