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Artist, designer and lecturer, born in Bury, Lancashire, who attended Bolton College of Art, 1969–72; gained an honours degree in textiles at Manchester Polytechnic, 1972–5; and his master’s degree in textiles at Birmingham Polytechnic, 1975–6. In 1977 he established a studio in Bedfordshire, where he settled at Sandy, and was largely concerned with the construction of individual textiles/mixed-media works. Brennand-Wood was from 1977 associated with Goldsmiths’ College as a part-time lecturer, being senior lecturer, 1983–9. Other teaching posts included University of Ulster, Royal College of Art, Glasgow School of Art, Middlesex and Trent Polytechnics and elsewhere, and he lectured extensively overseas. He was on many committees, notably for the Crafts Council and Eastern Arts Board, and held extensive British and overseas residencies.

Text source: 'Artists in Britain Since 1945' by David Buckman (Art Dictionaries Ltd, part of Sansom & Company)

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