About Surreal Visions
Freelance Illustrator, Seeking Stockists for Artist Prints
Sugar & Spice (2016), The Wild Wood (2015), Twisted Tales Part 2 (2015), Anatomy for Life (2015), Twisted Tales (2015), Mid-Summer (2014), The Joseph Banks Exhibition (2014), Artist Book (2013), Mail Me Art (2013), Cheltenham Illustration Awards (2013 & 2012)
ILLUSTRATE Magazine (2015), STEW For Curious Kids (2014), Bringing Back The Book (2013), United Academics Journal of Social Sciences – Morbid Curiosity Part 2 (2013), Mail Me Art Short & Sweet (2013), An Assortment of Illustrators (2013), The Cheltenham Illustration Awards Annual (2012)
Influenced by Surrealism, Cabinets of Curiosities and all things weird and wonderful Surreal Visions would like to become a full time designer. Whether it is working for a company who shares her passion for the strange and unusual or selling her own artist prints to beautiful and unique shops, she would like to share her surreal visions with the world.
After Graduating from the University of Lincoln in 2013, Surreal Visions has been awarded highly commended for two years running in the 2012 & 2013 prestigious Cheltenham Illustration awards. Created an original Mail Art for Mail Me Art short and Sweet project that was exhibited in three separate exhibitions in 2013 and sold during auction to raise money for charities, Teenage Cancer Trust, Animal Aid and Water Aid. She has created an artist book that was featured in the Library of Lost books exhibition at Birmingham Library, 2013 and took part in The Paper Watch Project 2014 organised by Templar Publishing an auction of artist watches to raise money for Breast Cancer Care.