Tim Vyner

Senior Lecturer: Illustration

Bath School of Art and Design

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Telephone: +441225876205

Location: SH.UG.13b


Personal Statement

Faster Higher Stronger: 9.69 seconds in the Birds Nest Stadium, World Cup football, street life in Africa, jungle scenes in Borneo, changing communities and architecture in East London for London 2012. I work with a pen, a sketchbook an Ipad and a camera on location. In the studio I make illustrations, prints and paintings for a wide range of different clients. I have published 10 books for children including 'World Team' for Random House. In August 2008 I traveled to Beijing to record the Olympic Games and exhibited more than 70 paintings from the Games at the Bankside Gallery, London, in 2009. In the same year I was elected an Associate member of the Royal Watercolour Society. In 2010 I was in Xi'an academy in China for the Xi'an International print workshop. In 2011 I took part in a Design Inquiry workshop in Montreal. In 2012 I recorded the London Olympic Games as the Times Newspapers Olympic Artist featuring in the paper every day during the games, and exhibiting the work at 'The Gallery' in Redchurch Street with a catalogue published by the Wunderkamer Press and forward by Simon barnes, The Times chief sports writer. In 2013 I am using a bursary from the RCA to document the Mount Athos Monasteries over 3 different visits culminating in an exhibition that will contribute to the archive of a unique place where life has changed very little for more than 1000 years.

Academic Qualifications

  • MA Royal College of Art
  • BA(Hons) Camberwell School of Art and Design

Professional Qualifications

BA(Hons) Graphic Design
MA(RCA) Illustration

Membership of Professional Bodies

Association of Illustrators.

Teaching Specialism


Research Publications and Outputs

Number of items: 13.


Vyner, T (2014) Tim Vyner: an experience of life on Mount Athos. Mount Athos Center, Thessaloniki, Greece. ISBN 978-618-80861-4-2

Vyner, T (2002) World team. Red Fox, London. ISBN 9780099427582

Book Chapter or Section

Vyner, T (2012) 'Case study: Tim Vyner.' In: Zeegen, L, ed. The Fundamentals of Illustration (second edition). AVA, Lausanne. ISBN 9782940411481

Conference or Workshop Item

Vyner, T (2011) DesignInquiry; and two-week workshop. In: DesignInquiry/The Second International Print Exchange, May 2011, Oct 2010, Montreal, Canada, Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts, Xi'an, China.

Vyner, T (2010) 2010 Xi’an International Printmaking Workshop & published edition of prints. In: Xian Academy of Fine Art, China, 16 - 25 October 2010.


Vyner, T (2009) Tim Vyner ARWS: World Games (solo exhibition). Bankside Gallery, London, UK, 25 - 29 November 2009. [Show/Exhibition]

Vyner, T (2006) Street life. New Academy Gallery, London, September 2006. [Show/Exhibition]

Vyner, T (2004) Football dreams. New Academy Gallery, London, December 2004. [Show/Exhibition]

Vyner, T (2002) Buddhist temples football shrines. New Academy Gallery, London, December 2002. [Show/Exhibition]


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Current Scholarship

Working with the RCA and the Mount Athos Centre in Thesalonika to record and document 20 Orthodox Monasteries as part of an exhibition and catalogue for the Mount Athos archives. Continue to develop links and public spaces for work produced during the 2012 Olympic Games for the Times Newspaper, publishing work in all formats, print / web / iPad. Developing a series of 'live drawing' experiences using iPads and projectors. Venues include XML conference, Bath 2012. Illuminate Bath 2012.

Other External Roles

2012 - School Overseas visit to Shanghai / Beijing / Xi'an developing formal links with Chinese Universities.
2009 - Attending National Olympic Foundation conference.
2007 - Overseas workshops in Japan at JCFL, Josei University and the British Council. Set up exchange programme with Josei and continuing to develop links with Tama Art School in Tokyo and Seian University in Kyoto.
2005 - Teacher mobility scheme with Erasmus in Luzern Switzerland, November.
2002 - External panel member for the periodic review and validation of the Illustration course at Falmouth College of Arts.