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The stories behind the art

The stories behind the art

My mission is to visually guide you through what it feels like to rise above the judgement, perspectives and limiting beliefs of others to create your own reality.

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Studio views

Abstract art Art studio

Studio views

After creating from my kitchen table for the past few years I finally moved in to my very first art studio. This move couldn't have come at a better time as my work is now taking a new direction that requires more space. Based just a stone's throw away from the famous Oval Cricket ground, the studio is managed by Bow Arts, a non - profit organisation that supports London's diverse creativity and talent.  Since moving in I've already started getting to work on a 2 metre squared unstretched canvas sheet and so far it's going well.  I'll be sharing...

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International Women's Day - Alma and I

International Women's Day - Alma and I

"Over the years I came to the assumption that abstract art was something that well, only white men did, and that as a black woman artist I didn’t quite belong in this exclusive world."     Alma Thomas (1891-1978) Image The Washington Post via Getty Images/The Huffington Post   Piet Mondrian, Mark Rothko and Wassily Kandinski were just a few of the abstract artists that I was introduced to when growing up, I instantly fell in love with their style of art and dreamed about one day doing the same thing. However, I couldn’t help noticing that these artists, and many...

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Glassette

Art Art Prints Home Decor Homewares

Glassette

Glassette 

Read more about the new platform that is revolutionising the way that you can buy things for your home and has been dubbed by the Sunday Times Magazine as the 'Net-A- Porter of homeware'. 

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Elements virtual art exhibition

Elements virtual art exhibition

Three of my artworks were featured in the 2021 Elements online exhibition which featured 17 international artists from Europe, Asia and the Middle East. ELEMENTS provided an exploration of the title theme as perceived from various contexts and lens. The exhibition provided a display of a variety of media and practice, including digital art, photography, collage, paintings and mixed-media, presenting varying interpretations whilst blurring literal and conceptual lines in our perception of space, place, nature and the immaterial. Alongside this, themes around identity, heritage, accessibility and the sensory everyday have also arisen.  You can see my selected works along with all...

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