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The artist says she is fascinated by people and equally intrigued by what they may be thinking and feeling. By painting portraits of commuters she celebrates a moment in time - often spent in silent meditation.

Painting the ordinary in life is what she specializes in. Whether it is a pile of rubbish or a poster plastered on a shop-front, allows the viewer to concentrate on how ordinary things in life can be interesting.

On painting public spaces, she writes: “Markets have been around for centuries, in the same place, people don’t change, everybody needs to buy things, only what they buy and how they dress changes Psycho-geography, history repeats itself, every inch of London has been inhabited by many people over hundreds of years, how does that reflect on the place now? 

“Watercolour does not have to be wishy-washy, I applying many thin layer of watercolour to build up strong colour and create a painting which is full of both light and dark.

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