Flora Malpas is an artist and art tutor.
In September 2018 she completed an MA in Fine Art at City and Guilds of London Art School where she was awarded a Commendation along with the Slaughterhaus Printmaking Prize and the City and Guilds of London Art School Prize for Outstanding Work in Print.
She previously also completed a Diploma in Portraiture at the Heatherley School of Fine Art (2017) where she was awarded the Lee and Thompson LLP Prize for Portraiture and holds an undergraduate degree with 1st class honours in History of Art from Goldsmiths, University of London.
Flora has exhibited across the UK, with venues including 2 Brydges (2018), the Institute of Mental Health in Nottingham (2016) and City Gallery Peterborough (2016).
Malpas also teaches art on a one-to-one basis and runs drop in community art workshops.
Slaughterhaus Plus One, Slaughterhaus, October 2018
MA Show, City and Guilds of London Art School, September 2018
Home, The Old Print Works, July- August 2018
Figurative Painting, 2 Brydges, March 2018 - present
Spring Interim Show, City and Guilds of London Art School, March 2018
The Carnal and the Concrete, 212 Gallery, March 2017
Stars on Canvas, Willow Foundation/Quadrant Arcade Regent Street, November 2016
Bedroom Artists, Hive Dalston, September 2016
Journey, City Arts Nottingham/Institute of Mental Health, May 2016
Open Exhibition, City Gallery, March - May 2016
Unity in Variety, Gabriel Fine Art, March - April 2015
Them Bones, Open Arts Cafe, January 2015
Kaleidoscope, Virginia Gallery, July 2014
Papergirl Belfast, June - July 2014
Something About Love, 504 Gallery, June 2014
A Thousand Pieces of Me, 504 Gallery, May 2014
Celebrating Gay Marriage, Wide Eyed Theatre, March 2014
Artfix, 27th February 2014