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In the fifteen years since the foundation of the Academy in 2000 there has never been a stronger or more diverse group of Academicians than that which exists today. With the resources drawn from this wealth of talent, ranging from the first Academicians with established positions to new young practitioners considered exceptional in their field, the Academy is rightly confident in its ability to make a substantial contribution to the Fine and Applied Arts in the South West. The Academy is truly grateful to all Trustees and Academicians who freely provide their time and expertise without reward. Their selfless and dedicated help is vital to the Academy's continued growth.

Alan Cotton, founder and former President, remains closely in touch with the Trustees. As President Emeritus he remains close to the heart of the Academy's operations. Special mention must also be made of our former Chairman Jed Falby, whose extraordinary commitment over a number of years ensured the continuation of the Academy. The Academy is also grateful to all the other long-term Academicians, whose work and continuing support is invaluable as we move into the next decade of consolidation and growth.
In a bid to simplify and streamline its operations, the Academy has reformed its structure by dispensing with two layers of central management and vesting executive authority for the day-to-day running and strategic direction of the organisation with the Board of Trustees. Under the chairmanship of Alan Fynn and with the Administrative help of Penny Keen, each Trustee, as well as fulfilling the statutory duties associated with our charitable company status, fulfils a defined role, be it financial management, exhibition organisation, publicity, fundraising, or one of a whole range of additional duties associated with our mission. Volunteer Academicians are formed into sub-committees under Trustee chairmanship for major events such as the Open Show.
Alan Bourne Phil Creek Alan Fynn John Hurford Ann L Roe (Jones)
Robert Mountjoy
Jenny Pymont
Greg Ramsden
Heartfelt thanks must also be extended to our prestigious group of Honorary Academicians for their most important endorsement of our mission and practical help.

Anne Aggett
Sir Peter Blake
Prof. Robert Clement
Alan Cotton
Phil Creek
Jed Falby
Mary Fedden
Ken Howard
Vin Jelly
Peter Randall-Page
Chrissie Wilson
Clicking on the names below will take you to pages dedicated to the work and achievements of individual Academicians. We welcome you to our family and invite you to enjoy here a small insight into the strengths of the South West Academy of Fine and Applied Arts.
Kate Aggett
Colin Allbrook
June Arnold
Derek Baker
Ray Balkwill
Alan Bourne
David Brooke
Rupert Brooks
Lar Cann
Michael Carter
Jonathon Coudrille
Jo Dixon
Martin Dutton
Sonia Fynn
Mary Gillett
John Hammond
Mike Hanny
Sean Hewitt
Laura Hudson
John Hurford
Alexandra Jacobs
James Lester
Peter Mallison
Wendy McBride
Tina Morgan
Robert Mountjoy
David Norman
Michael Norman
Jenny Pery
Charlie O'Sullivan
Nicholas Papatzaneteas
Jenny Pymont
Greg Ramsden
Ann L. Roe (Jones)
James Tatum
Richard Thorn
Tracy Whitbread
Tony Williams
Sarah Woolfenden
Associate Academicians
Simon Ashby
Joanna Commings
Eddie Fordham
Jane Leitch
Chris Sampson
Keith Stott
Jo Vollers



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