Trisha is a multi award winning Artist and Independent Ceremony Celebrant, from Kent, UK, who has a passion for making people happy.
Trisha is a qualified Independent Ceremony Celebrant and offers beautiful Wedding, Handfasting, Renewal of Vows and Naming Ceremonies, combining art and special ceremonies.
Trisha combines her love of art with a passion for making some ones dream day. She offers hand painted scrolls and certificates as part of her package of her Celebrant ceremonies. Trisha seals the ceremony with a bespoke painted certificate while the couple will be sealing their ceremony with a kiss. For more information see her Celebrant page.
She has a synergy with Celtic art and as an energy healer she is guided by her energy work to create her Celtic and spiritual art.
Trisha loves painting cityscapes and loves London skyline. She using a credit card instead of a brush to create her cityscapes. Trisha creates her pieces of art in stages by building up layers consisting of watercolour, acrylic and metallic paints. She loves using bold colours and a theme of gold and pinks permeates throughout her work. Her architectural style is her trade mark. Commissions for favourite buildings and Energy art are regularly undertaken.
Trisha has exhibited in numerous galleries, both solo and group events. She has also exhibited at the International Art Exhibition in Miami USA. It was while she was at one of these events her ‘Golden Battersea’ was commissioned and bought by Battersea Power Station.
Her Energy Art Hearts which are available in her shop are very popular and are another way she expresses her love of painting, her energy gift and love of sharing.
Trisha has received awards from Kent Women in Business, Kent Independent Traders and The Guardian. She also appeared in Sky Arts, Landscape Artist of the Year 2016.
“I just adore Trisha's work. The colours are vibrant and full of bold and lively strokes. ”
Featured and Exhibited at:-
Home & Country Fair
Battersea Art Centre
The Miami Art Expo
Contemporary Art Fairs Surrey/Reading/Windsor
Parallax Art Fair
Oxford Art Fair