Stephenie Bergman studied painting at St. Martin’s School of Art, London, graduating in 1967. Bergman won a Gulbenkian Foundation Award, 1975-1977. She has exhibited in both fine and applied art galleries and in numerous landmark exhibitions such as British Art Show, 1979, Royal Academy, London, Biennale des Jeunes, 1980, Musee d’Art Moderne, Paris, The Maker’s Eye, 1983, the Crafts Council Gallery, London, Craft Matters (1984) John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, Vessel, 1987, Serpentine Gallery, London, The Raw and the Cooked, 1992-1995, Barbican Gallery London and Shigaraki,
Japan, Stephenie Bergman, 2006, The Artist’s House, New Arts Centre, Roche Court, Wiltshire, and Tango- Lisa Milroy and Stephenie Bergman, Sassoon Gallery, Folkestone.
Bergman worked with Anthony Stokes Gallery in the 1970’s, Nigel Greenwood Gallery in the 1980/90’s and Marsden Woo in the 2000’s
Bergman’s work is held in numerous public and private collections, including Tate, British Council, Arts Council and the British Government Art Collection. Bergman recently installed two sculptures at the Maggie’s Centre, Sutton designed by Ab Rogers.
Bergman currently lives and works in Taroudant, Morocco and Ollioules, France