Sketchbook Project Flip Through


The journey to fill up my book for @sketchbkproject was almost as convoluted as the pages themselves. This is the Mixiest of mixed media!

Parallel Progress


If there's one thing that keeps my creative imagination alight, its progressing a few pieces in parallel. Sometimes a piece has to sit and dry, or sometimes it needs just simply to sit.

100 Layers & a Manifesto


I wrote a manifesto! For reals! I was telling you yesterpost how I came to pick my project, how I'm exploring beyond my usual painting boundaries. How I'll manifest this challenge: For the 100 days from 3rd April to 15 July, I'm going to share my creative process. Some will be on Instagram (follow along on #100layersbymixy … Continue reading 100 Layers & a Manifesto

100 Days, 3 Whys.


100 Days, 3 Whys: By the time I noticed the hashtag #the100dayproject that kept bobbing up in my Instagram feed last summer, it was already well under way. I was intrigued...

Paper Obstacles


I had a really clear idea what I wanted to do with this book from (almost) the outset last year - a rambling whirl of doodles, a stream of consciousness running through the pages.

Are you ready?


I've worked my socks off to make this as fabulous & fun as I can, I'm really proud how it's come together. So much so, if you don't think you're getting value for money by the end of the first segment, you can have your money back.

100 days as dreamscapes


I love to mix my drawings and graphics in with my photography experiments ... these are glimpses into the dream scape of my imagination.

Digital Dreamscapes


I love to mix my drawings and graphics in with my photography experiments ... these are glimpses into the dream scape of my imagination.

A life full of color


Some lifetimes ago, a sixteen year old version of me failed to get the place in art school that she'd pinned all her early hopes to. Dismissed by the grown ups who'd repeatedly explained: 'being an artist isn't realistic' led to years floating adrift from my calling. (They were wrong. And this isn't what I do, I've come to realise, it's what I am)