I love the colours and design on this lampshade from Wolf&Badger.
Is it ok to create art without a concept? When I’m looking at submission guidelines there is often a large box to describe the concept behind the images. The big ‘why’ that propelled you to create your project. Often artists and photographers have a poignant message or story behind their images: A representation or insight… Continue reading Through the Flamingo Glass
Happy to share that both my latest projects have been nominated in the 5th Fine Art Photography Awards. Part of 'The Albatross', titled 'Journey to Restoration', was a nominee in the conceptual category. Time Thighs was nominated in the open theme category. Happy days 🙂
Time Thighs and Self Lit in Pink have been published in 'Artist Portfolio Magazine'! Venturing into something new and unknown is daunting. I love creating art, but I still get pulled down by the nagging voice telling me I’m not good enough and I’ll never get anywhere with it. So thank you Artist Portfolio Magazine… Continue reading Magazine love
Last of the lampshades for a while, and the giraffes. Playing with new pieces of furniture and body parts.
The 'yucky' original according to my favourite little lady! I think green is the new pink. Loving the pink piping though!
I love giraffes, they are one lot my favourite animals. They look proper mad, yet regal, and they have kind eyes. So why not immortalise them in the night sky. Plus, a break from the lampshades was over due...
A self portrait and demonstration of my love of beautiful things (the shade, not my legs.) Continuing my obsession with these gorgeous lampshades from Wolf&Badger, I took inspiration from the large tripod lamps I see in the shops and added my own surrealist twist. Then I got all deep and conceptual about self worth and… Continue reading Self lit