Installation, Sculpture, Video, Digital Collage Canvasses, Mixed Media
The artist has exhibited across the UK with pieces in international settings such as New York, Tokyo and Washington.

She has been selected as a Saatchi Online gallery Critic's Choice, video artist of the week, won 1st prize in the Millfield Open, has extensive teaching and art workshop experience and has worked with Arts and Business, Bristol City Council and the British Council, Cairo.














Solo Exhibitions:
2011              Chapmans Monkey: Artifacts of the Apocryphal, Centrespace, Bristol

2010              Edinburgh Art Festival, Lost Not Found:Abscission (Edinburgh II) (Curator)

2010              Crocodilopolis, The Forest Gallery, Edinburgh (Supported by The Forest)

2009              Lost Not Found:Abscission, Edinburgh August 2009

2006              Heather Tweed, Anubis Other World Tour Phoenix Arts Centre, Exeter
                     (Supported by The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation)

2006              Anubis Other World Tour, Window 2, Birmingham Central Library,                      (Supported by Birmingham Artists Project)
2005              Anubis Other World Tour, Paintworks, (first artists exhibition in Bristol's new
                     Creative Quarter. Supported by Paintworks, Bristol Wine Company, Boccabar)
2004-5           Lotus Gallery  Bath (solo show  & gallery artist)


2004              Anubis Other World Tour, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Nexus Gallery (Supported
                     by Mumm Champagne)

2004              Bath Fringe Festival


2003              Otter Gallery, Chichester


2002/3           OXO Tower Wharf , South Bank, London
2002              Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London (Supported by Black Bush Whisky
                     and Diagio)

2000              Blue Gallery, Cheltenham


1999              Bath Fringe Festival, site specific exhibition

Group Exhibitions:
2012 June       Hamburg Art Vending Machine, Hamburg, Germany (Curated by Marina
                     Marino, Art E Motion)
2010              Figment, Governers Island, New York
2010            Resort, The Residence, London
2009              Blood On The Snow, Colchester plus Lost Christmas. I Give You My Art
                     (Lost Not Found:Abscission II)
2007              Throes, Nottingham, part of Teather Arts Festival


2007              Mortal, Bristol, deserted Pro Cathedral


2004              5 Magazine: Labrinth Of The Gaze,  curated by Gavin Turk
2004              Heather Tweed & Kate Wood (curated), City Inn  Bristol, (Arts & Business New
                     Partners Award. Supported by City Inn, City Cafe, Bristol Wine co.)

2004              Passing Time, Sherborne House, Sherborne, Dorset


2004              Mesh, London, Seven Seven Gallery & Broadway Market


2004              Still magazine www.stilmag.com


2003              Arts & Business Showcase, Brunels Engine Shed, Bristol


2003              Into The light, BANA Open, Hotbath Gallery, Bath


2003              Yoke & Zoom multiples, Art Vending Machine, Tokyo


2003              Deptford X , VIA, London


2003              Artists Bookmarket , Expace Projects, Tribeca, New York
 2002             Reactions, Exit Art, Broadway, New York & Pasadena
                     (permanent collection, National Library Of Congress, Washington)

2002              No Sleep 'til Hammersmith video, Central Space, London    


2001-10         Night of 1000 drawings, Artists Space, Soho, New York


2001/2           Artmart, 291 Gallery & Cinch, London


2001              The Flag Project, Peekskill and Lois Abrons Arts Center, New York


2001              Group Show, Candid Arts Gallery,  London


2001              Out of the Blue, Edinburgh


2001              Torbay International, Torquay


2001              Millfield Open - first prize winner, Atkinson Gallery, Street, Somerset


2000              Workplace, site specific installations, Redcliffe Caves, Bristol


1999              Off the Shelf, Art Supermarket, Sherborne House, Dorset


1998              New Womens Art Works, Old Crown Courts, Bristol