b. 1958, UK; lives and works in London

1983-1986 Royal College of Art, MA

1978-1981 Canterbury College of Art, BA 

Dillwyn Smith has enjoyed a lifelong journey experimenting with materials, pigments, colour and light. Cure3 provided the opportunity for Smith to call upon experiences and imagery discovered during his residency at the Queen Square Brain Bank (QSBB), (UCL) 2013-15, where he created a new body of work entitled Silvering the Cerebrum. Solo exhibitions include Teacher's Pet (2018) and Dirty Linen (2014) at Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London. The Windows, Mark Rothko Art Centre, Latvia (2013), Salon Oman, The Gallery, 28 Cork Street and Salon Oman Nour, Leighton House Museum, London (2013) and, Warp and Weft at the Omani Society of Fine Arts, Muscat (2012).

In 2007 Smith was the recipient of The Bryan Robertson Award. In 2012 he received the Metabolic Studio/ Annenberg Foundation Award and was Artist in Residence, British Council, Omani Society Fine Arts & Delfina Foundation, Muscat. He is a 2019 recipient of the Abbey Fellowship, the British School at Rome.