A happy go lucky individual who is flexible and passionate about what she does.
A giver who always likes to help someone in need and a secret rebel who knows when the work produced is ready.
I specialize in creative, design, design thinking, doodling, friendly, graphic design, mixed media, typography.
A page from my sketchbook during my Foundation Diploma in Art & Design in London. Diluted ink is a great medium. It always gives this authentic look. I think I used colouring pencils below to give it a strong colourful look. Love this one.
Beautiful work. Pheonix respresentation of my mother using textured art and sand in Chagall style
Household Items Still Life Painting made with wax and crayon on newsprint paper.
A long time ago In Egypt you would bury the person with some belongings you think they would benefit in their after life. A few interesting objects I chose were from a mobile, baked beans, kitkat, toothpaste, apples, gloves to a paintbrush and more. A fun artwork where egyptian hieroglyphic symbols were used.
Using newspaper print paper and crayons to create this lovely pattern of bricks and London street rubbings. Try it!
Stay Nutty has been created using pistachio, peanuts, almonds and much more. Food typography takes time but its a real fun medium to use.
Inside of a Fig during my young creativity days. I love these organic, angular, fun, colourful shapes.
Parking Lot under my building during a Quarantine Doodle Addict Challenge. Using Markers and Watercolours to create this colourful peice.
Aboriginal Art is a new technique I learned in school and thos dots with ear buds tooooookkk aaaagggeess to create. It was one of the most refreshing, calming and therapeutic painting I had ever done.
During this Quarantine I have had so much fun exploring what else I can create. Using this opportunity I am creating patterns & textures and trying to sell them on a few websites.
During my school days where we were asked to draw a still life of objects we want to go on holiday with. I have chosen a purse, some slippers and lots of cute little things. The colours look fantastic and it is a mixed medium art as I used colours, pencil and acrylics for this.
Cereal Killer is a company which inspired this food photography session. It was really fun and creative.
During my school days I used to love going to the Art at lunch time. We really were able to create what ever we wanted. I used pain brush strokes, tracing paper and really explored.