How our space in our home looks and feels is so important to our mental and physical health.
A clutter free zone with a beautiful piece of art can lift a space energetically and make us feel, live and work better.
I have selected a few key pieces of my ART & TEXTILES for World Meditation Day.
Thankfully now there are longer and brighter days for painting in the studio, and I have decided to enter this year's famous Royal Academy Summer Exhibition!
It's artistic allure isn't exclusive to its colourful tiled and eye-catching exteriors. Originally it was home to the Michelin Tyre building and, being designed by one of it's employees François Espinasse, it includes large stained glass windows featuring the Michelin Man "Bibendum".
Have you ever discovered an artist whose style you just loved but weren't sure if any of their currently available pieces would fit into your home or collection? Before you work up the courage to commission your own artwork, there are a few important things you should think about...
As an artist and an entrepreneur, it can be difficult at times to stay motivated and keep pushing yourself forward. After all, you have no one to tell you what to do or when to do it, no one to answer to if you decide to slack off, and no one to bounce new ideas off or to offer you advice if you hit a mental or creative wall. Over the years I’ve discovered a few key things that help me stay motivated, grounded and on track.
I think one of the most common questions people have for artists is where they get their inspiration from, and of course, every artist is going to have a different answer. In fact, you may even get different answers from the same artist depending on the days you ask or the mood the artist is in at that particular moment! There are so many things that inspire my work, so I thought I would share just a few of them here.