Christine at Artist Partners tells us a bit about one of the newest artists on their books.
"As soon as I saw Naomi McCavitt's work I utterly adored it - A Botanical artist so gifted, who hand paints such beautiful images, she is primarily a Natural History illustrator but with an eye for interior design - Naomi's work is sensational, and although only on Artist Partners books very recently, we are getting some wonderful feedback! Her flora and fawna have a wonderful classic and vintage quality about them."
Phosphor Art's Laura Redburn recently created a set of illustrations for popular blogger and influencer Liv Purvis' website relaunch. Having previously worked on a collage portrait of Liv, Laura knew her style well and was thrilled to be asked to create two digital collage pieces for the new look What Olivia Did.
New work from the fabulously talented Esther Cox is now being shown on the Artist Partners website. Esther's work will soon be exhibited at the London Transport Museum which will be celebrating women artists in poster design. Esther produced two designs for the London Transport earlier this year - Excitingly they are now available to see on the tube network.
In the depths of winter 2016 Sarah Maycock and Tom were invited to the Natural History Museum to discuss a new and exciting (top-secret) project. Ushered through a side door they gathered round a grand table in one of the many rooms of the museum that are closed off to the general public. Benji from Weidemann Lampe showed us some complex looking floor-plans, which were the initial thinkings of the 'Whales: Beneath the Surface' exhibition that opened it's door in July 2017.