About Felicity

Felicity Bristow is an Artist Designer living and working in the Scottish Borders.

Felicity came to Scotland in 1993 qualifying as an Architect at ECA and in practice until 2008. After starting a family, she studied part time for a BA in Art & Design transferring to complete an MA in Contemporary Art Practice at ECA in 2016. Felicity works from her WASP’s studio at St. Mary’s Mill in Selkirk as well as on location for site-specific installations; she has exhibited as a member of the Collective ‘bound : unbound’.

Felicity was an invited artist at the 2015 Gayfield Creative Spaces programme demonstrating her ‘live’ process in the Bunker space, curated by GRAS Architects, as part of the British Council Maker Library residency at Gayfield, produced by John Ennis.

It was during this period that John first approached Felicity about the commercial potential of her work and resulted in further discussion in 2017 for the Gayfield Design Commission.


Stories and Exhibits

- an evolving collection of linen stories and related artefacts