Female form paintings
This is a large acrylic painting, 2x1m, on paper. It took 84 hours to paint from life, and cost me around £40 to produce. The piece is an abstract study of the nude female form lying down. I have painted her in calming tones to reflect the tranquility of a woman relaxing in her femininity. I created and exhibited this piece in my 2017 Foundation Degree show.How we work! Get Quote
This is a small acrylic painting, 13x18cm, on paper. It took 2 hours to paint from a photograph, and cost me around £5 to produce. The piece is an abstract study of a section of a woman’s face. I have painted her in calming tones to reflect the tranquility and thoughtfulness of woman. I created this piece this year (2019) in response to my previous work from my 2017 Foundation Degree show.How we work! Get Quote
This is an A2 ink and acrylic painting, on paper. It took 1 1/2 hours to paint from life, and cost me around £10 to produce. The piece a further study of my foundation degree show large painting, an abstract study of the nude female form lying down. After a trip to Nepal my practice became inspired by the rich colours of nepalese culture. The persona of the nude woman becomes more powerful and diverse than when she was painted in calm tones.How we work! Get Quote
This is an A2, ink on paper painting, which took me 4 hours to draw and paint from a photograph I took. It cost me around £10 to produce. The title of the piece is “Don’t Call Me Luv”. I drew this image from the hilarity I feel towards the disrespectful and patronising phrase “luv”. Creating this piece from personal experience of sexism, I wanted to expose those who have used this phrase to belittle and patronise, and who are guilty of taking the fire out of a woman’s voice. This piece was a expression my humour and indifference to this word, I want other women to feel empowered by the piece. I Exhibited this piece as part of a triptych for my collaborative debut exhibition “Being human” in September 2018.How we work! Get Quote
I am currently studying BA Jewellery design at Central Saint Martins UAL. On the side of my course I am building my painting opportunities. Painting is something which I has followed me throughout my life and is a creative skill which I feel very confident in.
I would be honoured to commission you a piece which meets your needs for your space. Tell me a bit about the space you would like to put a painting in, and shortlist some imagery that you think you might like within the piece. I paint human forms and can paint you or others if that is what you are looking for. Alternatively I can paint generic figures in any position you want. Send me photos of ideas if you like.
My practice celebrates womanhood in all our original glorious forms and roles. The female form is a beautiful presence in our world, it represents life, fertility, love, nature, nurture and desire and has fascinated artists throughout history. My work perceives moments of naked contemplation, women being everything that nature intended them to be. Some of my nudes are more expressive and have stronger feminist narratives which I have created as a response to anti-feminist encounters. I can create statement paintings or more contemplative pieces, depending on your needs.
I use a variety of mediums including acrylic and ink. My palette is mostly soft, focusing on nudes, pinks and blues, however I can flexibly alter colours to your desire. I can paint on canvas or paper. My style is abstract but can have elements of identity and personality if you are looking for an image of somebody in particular.