Photo by Ceri-Wyn Thomas

Photo by Ceri-Wyn Thomas

Dr Felicity Inkpen (PhD, MPhys) is a neuroscientist and artist presently based in Bristol. Her Wellcome Trust funded PhD work, as part of the Neural Dynamics Programme at the University of Bristol, utilised both experimental and computational approaches to investigate the biophysical development of cortical neurons, looking at the physical phenomena and mechanisms that allow neurons to reach mature states of communication and begin to form functional networks in the developing brain.

Outside of the laboratory, Felicity produces work as a visual artist from her studio at The Island, Bristol, exhibiting in group and solo shows in venues across the city. Her work communicates multi-layered concepts in figurative images that draw on science, mythology and personal experience as points of reference. A self-taught artist, she works in primarily in pen and ink, collage, and oils.

Besides her own work, Felicity is also a trustee of the Bristol-based arts charity Artists First, which supports learning disabled artists in the city.

 
Photo by Willie Runte

Photo by Willie Runte

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Email: felicity.inkpen@gmail.com