Daisy is a traditionally trained representational artist, specialising in oil painting and charcoal. She began her training at Lavender Hill studios in 2011 and continued to study and teach at London Fine Art Studios until 2016.
Now she follows her passion for travel, working with charities in order to connect and share her experience of other cultures and landscapes through painting. She hopes her paintings express a common humanity and appreciation of people, culture and landscape. Travel has been an incredible opportunity to meet and learn about other cultures, a privilege she to recreate for the viewers of her exhibitions.
From her studio in London she enjoys exploring the urban landscape of London, allowing her time to experiment with technique, style and light, while also connecting with other painters. Here she is also able to develop her skills and love for figure painting.
May 2018 Daisy spent a months residency with The Turquoise Mountain in Afghanistan working on an exciting project with them.
January 2018 A collaboration with SCAD, a charity working for social change and development in Southern India. Daisy painted the local communities and landscape in which the charity works. Her paintings will be exhibited in London as part of a promotional and fundraising event.
October 2016 Artist in residence in Shergargh village, Pakistan. She held her solo show, Paintings from Pakistan, in conjunction with a series of evening events. An exciting collaboration with chef Saima Khan brought the exhibition to a close with an evening of fine art and pakistani feasting in support of the Daud Bandagi Development Trust.
2013 Palestine painting and drawing expedition and continues to do work in support of The Al-Quds Foundation for Medical Schools in Palestine.