Bridget Moore was born and grew up in Whitstable, Kent. She studied art at Medway college of design, Epsom school of Art and the Royal Academy Schools where she had Roderic Barrett as a tutor, 'whose invaluable advice about painting was like gold dust'. She graduated in 1984.
She has exhibited work regularly in many galleries and shows across the UK including Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize, The Discerning Eye, Sunday Times Watercolour competitions and Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions. She has had paintings in shows in America and has work in a permanent collection in Qingdao Art Museum in China.
She was made an associate member of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1986 and a full member in 1989, a member of the New English Art Club in 2005 and an associate member of the Royal Watercolour Society in 2013 and a full member in 2015.
British Institution Fund
The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Award 1984
Edward Wesson Scholarship
Cedar House Gallery Prize
Runner-up at Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize 2006
The De Laszlo Medal at the RBA in 2010
RWS Patrons Prize
Having always kept sketchbooks which contain observations of things which catch the eye that spark an interest which can become the basis of a painting and also drawing upon memory and imagination, my work is about evoking the essence of an atmosphere through the use of colour and shape and all the elements and stresses that go into making it.