Pie Herring is a London-based artist who graduated from The Edinburgh College of Art in 2018 with a First-Class honours degree in painting. Pie’s work has been exhibited in a number of shows. Notable highlights include the Royal Scottish Academy’s New Contemporaries Exhibition 2019 where she was awarded the Carnegie scholarship, and a group show called The Art of Resilience held at The High Line Nine Gallery in New York. Most recently Pie’s work has been displayed in a solo show named Fortitude which took place in an disused retail store in London, Mayfair.

Predominantly working in oils, Pie’s paintings depict tender portrayals of human and societal issues. Interested in the deconstruction and removal of paint, Pie strips background information to place emphasis on interrelationship and emotion. Each piece begins with a dynamic landscape of paint, large brushstrokes move widespread across the canvas, and puddles of turps dry to form unpredictable meandering marks. The figural composition is then considered in relation to this field of paint. Her practice continues to explore the synergy of gestural mark-making and more detailed brushwork.


First Class BA (HONS) ART: Edinburgh College of Art
Shillington College of Graphic Design Graduate
Wellington College, Berkshire

2021: Women United Art Prize - 2nd Place 
2020:  ArtJobs, Artist of the Month -Special Award
2019: RSA Carnegie Scholarship Royal Scottish Academy New Contemporaries
2014: The Plaistowe Art Prize
2008: Art Exhibition to Wellington College

Features and Interviews
2022: Vanderohe, The Profile, Pie Herring
2022: Visionary Art Collective, Pie Herring: Intuitive Portraiture

2021: Erik Block, Pie Herring at 94–96 Wigmore Street
2021: NATION, Africa, Pie Herring | Art from Lewa on exhibition in London
2021: WHYNOW, London Meets Kenya in Pie Herring’s Fortitude
2021: The London Magazine, 
Interview | Pie Herring on Fortitude
2021: Alt Africa, Talking to Pie Herring on first solo exhibit “Fortitude” 
2021: Artist Diaries, Piece with Artist 

2020: ArtJobs, Artist of the Month
2020: The Evening Standard, Join the Creatives
2020: WhyNow Open House Episode 1: Pie Herring 
2020: Takeda, 'IamNumberSeventeen'

2019: Channel 4, 'Flawless'
2019: Hill+Knowlton Strategies, 'Doors of Opportunity'

2018: Hector Campbell, Art Historian 'Young London Painter's Interview'
2018: Bond Street Press, 'See Fashion Celebrate Art- Video Interview with Alice Temperley'

2017: Edinburgh Student Newspaper '50 Hilarious Things to Say to Girls on the Street'

Public Commissions
2019: Doors of Opportunity, Hill+Knowlton Strategies, London
2018: Live Painting in celebration of the Royal Academy's 250th Anniversary, Temperley London, London