Nursery Art


The beautifull canvases i made for my baby girls nursery. Each character was hand drawn by myself whilst looking at an image taken from google. I then added colour using acrylic paint. I used flat colours to enhance the characteristics of the cartooon.


Mannequins at the Exhibition

These are the mannequins in their full glory at Writtle College Exhibition. Sorry its taken me a while to post them!







She Was Here a Minute Ago

Come and see my installation exploring identity at the WSD Exhibition in my home county of Essex!

Writtle School of Design invites you to the end of year degree exhibition of contemporary art by graduating FdA Digital Art & Design and BA (Hons) Art & Design students.

Private View: Wednesday 16th May 5 – 9pm
Open to Public: Thursday 17th May 10am – 4pm
Friday 18th May 10am – 3pm
Saturday 19th May 10am – 4pm
Monday 21st May 10am – 4pm

For more information visit the website @

The College is 30 miles away from London and the train journey from Liverpool Street takes about 30-40 minutes. A regular 15 minute bus service operates between Chelmsford and Writtle Village, which is approximately 5 minutes walk from the main campus.

By road the College is clearly signposted from the A414 Writtle by-pass. If approaching from the east, take the…

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The Finished Look

These are the final images and the final look of my mannequins (before exhibiting them). As you can see the wedged pole in the tree has transformed into a lovely stand for the mannequins. Also the mannequins have had a waterproof spray. I will upload exhibition pictures later on 🙂

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Mannequins In The Making (3)

After priming each mannequin, I spray painted each one the colour of their mood, which they represented. Blue – sad, red – anger and yellow – happy.

My original idea was to mark make on top of the colour, with acrylic paint and scratching into the mannequin itself. However, I liked the mannequins as a solid colour and thought by doing this I would ruin their boldness.

NB: The umbrella hanging in the tree was because it was raining and the mannequins are hanging from a pole that is also wedged into the tree! (This is only temporary, and not part of my installation!) Also I wouldn’t say this is safe, but a pretty good idea if you need to spray in the rain! I am not responsible if you wish to recreate this and end up injuring yourself, I had minions helping me, so be carefull! 🙂

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Mannequins in The Making (2)

After making the basic structures of each mannequin and paper machee-ing the whole body, I needed to prime them, so the colour of each mood would be bright and strong.

I used Halfords own spraypaint primer. Also got a couple of minions to help me out 🙂

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Recent Photography

Completely out of the blue, I thought I would share with you some recent photography. All images taken with an app on my phone, just proves how easy it can be done! (Some images are of artworks in a book.)






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