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    Upfest 2016

    This year at Upfest, Europe’s largest, free street art & graffiti festival, I got to paint at Ashton Primary School, alongside artists ATM, Lost Monkey, Braga Last 1 and Angerami amongst others. I wanted to paint something magical, a muse with birds her hair, being a part of nature and the world that surrounds us.  Here are some photos of the artwork created. I can’t wait for the kids to start back at school and hopefully be inspired to create their own murals.  Head down to Bristol to see it in the flesh. Photos by Magda Kuczmik, Stephen Quick & Lianne Bailey

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    Two Worlds Meet

    I’m so excited to be working with Eden East, a beautiful newly refurbished yoga studio in Walthamstow, London. We have curated a show together, merging Art and Yoga. I want to bring together Art and Meditation to inspire and promote a feeling of zen.  By merging these two creative mediums, we are taken on a welcome journey of peaceful reflection in our chaotic lives.  Large paintings, drawings and prints delve into the calming depths of yogic poses, meditation and mindfulness, creating a focal point to awake and revive an inner peace. I started practicing yoga around a year and a half ago, becoming more aware of the present in mind and body.  For me Read more ...

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    DIY Paper Marbling

    When searching for inspiration on Pinterest, I came across an article on DIY Paper Marbling and thought it would be the perfect base to draw on.  I love the soft psychedelic patterns the ink makes, with each one being totally different.  Here is my own version of the marbling technique taken from the Honestly WTF Blog with finished drawing, The Awakening, now available framed in my shop You will need a selection of inks or food colouring along with a tray, some shaving foam and a squeege or a ruler After putting a good dollop of shaving foam into your tray, drip some ink into it Swirl the ink around but be careful Read more ...