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Wonky Wheel

Free Art Demonstration in Pop Art with Lisa Ray

This event will be rescheduled later in the year - Come and ask questions while Lisa does a free Pop Art demonstration

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 Free Art Demonstration in Pop Art with Lisa Ray
 Free Art Demonstration in Pop Art with Lisa Ray

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Wonky Wheel, Unit 2 The Green, Finchingfield, Braintree CM7 4JS, UK

About the event

Lisa create original or commission paintings, all with acrylic on stretched canvas. Lisa love exploring colour, metalic, texture, pattern, light and shade in my work. Lisa has two styles, pop art and abstract. My pop art style is fun, bright and eye catching, she combine my love of fashion and make up and my interest in pop art and modern art styles within my own paintings. Lisa  particularly enjoy creating lip art, inspired by the 50s and 60s comic style pop art and it also stems from my lipstick addiction ha!  

Lisa started as an artist later on in life at 40, a new phase in my life. she decided to follow her passion, it really is never too late!. Lisa have always been creative and had a passion for art, Lisa  studied art in my late teens/early 20s but then somehow life got in the way of her art passion. Lisa has suffered with anxiety in my life and a bout of depression and art really helped me manage it, she found the more she painted the more she wanted to do it. Then she had people saying how much they really liked her work. She was really flattered, she was honoured and it went from there.  

A highlight of her journey as an artist so far is that I recently created an original pop art piece called "The Eye of Your Storm" for the Semi Colon Project, which is a mental health and suicide awareness charity, inspired by my own life experience, she felt strongly that she wanted to do something for this worthy cause. This painting was purchased by a special person who the semi colon campaign means a lot to and is very close to his heart as he cared for his partner for a long time who suffered with severe depression. With the sale of this painting she raised money for the charity which she felt very proud about.  


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