Mychael Barratt PRE
Symposium School of Art, Winnipeg, Canada
Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Canada
Central St. Martin's School of Art, London UK
Elected Member of The Federation of Canadian Artists, (F.C.A.), 1998
Elected Member of The Royal Society of Painter/Printmakers, 1999
Made a Fellow of The Royal Society of Painter/Printmakers, (R.E.), 2002
Elected President of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (P.R.E.), 2013

Selected Exhibitions:


 Various solo and group shows from 1994 onwards including:

2006/10/13/14/15 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition Group selected show
2011 Twenty-Twenty Gallery, Much Wenlock, UK Solo show  
2011 Calder Gallery, Hebden Bridge, UK Solo show  
2011 Obsidian Art, Stoke Mandeville, UK Two person show
2012/14/16 Iona House Gallery, Woodstock, UK   Solo show  
2013 Pyramid Gallery, York, UK Group show
2015 For Arts Sake, London Solo show  
2016 Cambridge Contemporary Art, Cambridge, UK Solo show  
2016 Pyramid Gallery, York, UK Solo show
2017 Castle Gallery, Inverness Solo show
2017 Sarah Wiseman Gallery, Oxford Solo show

London Map of Days by Mychael Barratt published by Unicorn Press, London 2017
The Master's Muse - Artists' dogs and cats, Published by Unicorn Press, London, 2015
Intaglio Printmaking: A guide to traditional printmaking techniques, by Mychael Barratt published
by A & C Black in April 2008
Encyclopedia of Printmaking Techniques, Judy Martin, Headline Publications, 1993
2006 - Peter Blake Award, Originals ’06, The National Print Exhibition
2006 - Ashmolean Museum Prize, work added to collection
2010 - Paintings in Hospitals prize, RE Annual Exhibition 
2011 - Paintings in Hospital Prize - RE annual exhibition
2016 - Tessa Sidey Purchase Prize by Aberystwyth University
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
The British Library, London
International Dispute Resolution Centre, Fleet Street, London
Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Jiangsu Museum of Contemporary Art, China

Mile End Road Mural in 2011
In 2011 Mychael Barratt was commissioned to paint a major piece of public art
in the Olympics Borough of Tower Hamlets. He painted an 8 x 10 metre mural on
the side of a building on the Mile End Road, London E1. In a style reminiscent of
his Life Imitating Art etchings he created a vista depicting important buildings from
the Mile End and Whitechapel Roads and peopled the scene with famous and
notable historical figures that have some connection with the area.

All works © mychael barratt 2002/2017
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