My Cushions in New Zealand

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I was Over the Moon yesterday morning on receiving a photo from one of my lovely customers showing  my cushions in situ in his home in New Zealand!


If you’d like one there’s only 2 days left to buy & vote here

International Space Doll! 😀

Thank you again for all the support & kind words which have meant a great deal to me! It’s such an amazing opportunity for me to get my cushions printed with Ooh Deer and put on sale in Selfridges, Paperchase, Urban Outfitters & Tate (to name just a few).

Quirky Cushions

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Exciting news…….The Ohh Deer Cushion competition’s deadline has been extended until 1st December 2014……so still time to vote & buy (my cushions are going like hot cakes) they look so cute in situ

Thank you for all the support & kind words! x

Space Doll

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The Tree Of Life & Growth

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Three Dapper Pandas

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Frog Prince

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Art onto cushions

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Super Exciting….Two of my Artworks have just gone live on the Oh Deer website for their competition….but only one day is left to ‘Like’ and/or purchase (two cushions for fifty pounds and free postage when you spend forty is a steal!).

The competition winner will have their work printed onto luxury goods up for sale in:  Selfridges, Paperchase, JOY & Urban Outfitters (to name just a few)

So please follow the links and share my work on your social media pages…

The Tree of Life & Growth

Thank you so much 😀

Mythology, British Museum, Art & Trends

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Visited The British Museum this afternoon to see Witches & Wicked Bodies


Sketchbook Drawings

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On my way popped into Paperchase and saw their new stationary series appeared to be following a similar Mythology aesthetic…..Subsequently so did the competition I entered into That Which We Do Not Understand competition set by Amelia’s Magazine…..I feel a trend on the horizon!

‘The Tree Of Life & Growth’

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The Tree Of Life & Growth Veronica Rowlands

The brief for this competition has really taken me out of my comfort zone and brought my attention to new things…..I know what will inspire my next series!

Interactive Art Charity Fundraiser 2.

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Due to the resounding success of my last interactive Art event on September 14th, I’ve decided to hold another on 23rd November 13 to complete the wallpaper before it is auctioned in aid of Breast Cancer Care & Beating Bowel Cancer.

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Interactive Art Event photos.

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Yesterday was a wonderful day with a great deal of people coming into Debut Contemporary and leaving their mark on my Interactive Wallpaper, I also held a raffle which participants were given a ticket and made a voluntary donation into the ‘Beating Bowel Cancer’ collection pot – people gave very generously and the wallpaper looks fabulous!

A huge thank you to everyone who came along and decorated the wallpaper, Farrow & Ball for donating the paints also Lush & Paperchase for supplying the raffle prizes.

My next step is exhibiting the wallpaper and then it will be auctioned with all profits going to both charities.

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Easter Cards

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I’m just browsing at Easter cards online, Paperchase never fail to inspire me with their collections.


Undergrowth Design.

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I came accross the fantastic cake stands in Paperchase, Tottenham Court Road last year and have now discoved the website for ‘Undergrowth’ I’m so excited!!

‘Victorian Dolls who got trapped by a TV set that fell out of the sky.’

Valentine’s Day Card inspiration.

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I am about to start designing some valentine’s day cards to be printed by the end of the week and so am  just doing my research online. These are my favourite cards on the market at the moment (I think I am going to collage/fill areas with different print/surface design as opposed to solid colour.