I have been collaborating with talented fashion and graphic designer Ani Passarelli to create a new lifestyle brand (I’ll be telling you more tomorrow) but have a sneak peek at our vintage inspired colour-in dolls and how we’ve been adorning ours.
They make a wonderful stocking filler for children or an artwork for adults.
I will be facilitating a free workshop in which yow will get to create your own vintage inspired Artwork, followed by a solo P.V. of my work
All levels welcome, it is a fun, therapeutic, experimental activity in which you will be left with your own Doll/character artwork, which you will be able to take home….
The workshop will be held between 5-6pm on Thursday 10th November at Rosetta Art Centre and will be followed by a private view of my work between 6-8pm.
Please see Facebook for further details.
Documenting the first three dimensional thing I’ve ever made (I’m not joking) with a photograph or before it falls apart in the kiln….(once painted and with arms is to be a vintage doll in a bustle)…
I wanted to challenge myself to create a series of abstract paintings…as an Artist with and illustrative style I thought it would be exciting to challenge myself….
I’m delighted with how the first one has come out, obviously I worked from one of my former doll pictures, but this one tells a whole new story…
Acrylic on Canvas
Photo of two of my “Space Doll” cushions in new home, sent in from a lovely fan today…. x
Exciting news…..I’ve set a date for my solo exhibition at Free Space Gallery as 6th February 2015.
The day will start with a Vintage inspired Tea Party between 3.30 – 5pm followed by the evening Private view at 6.30-9pm and the exhibition will continue until 3/4/2015.
On Saturday I worked with London drawing helping to dress and make-up a model as a Victorian doll for a drawing event at Watford Museum; it was a fabulous evening and the museum was buzzing with creativity! (My space Doll was up in the corner to set the mood).