Trisha is a self taught artist specialising in Cityscapes. She creates her pieces of art in stages by building up layers consisting of watercolour, acrylic and metallic paints. Trisha loves using bold colours and a theme of gold and pinks permeates throughout her work. 

Whilst painting one of her iconic cityscapes, Trisha was using a ruler to paint a straight line. Whilst doing so she found herself getting quite messy. Desperately looking around for something to salvage the situation she saw a credit card lying on a desk nearby and tried the edge of the card to see if it would create a better line. That's how Trisha's credit card painting started and has given her the signature swish.

Her architectural style and quirky animals are her trade mark. Painting iconic buildings has helped Trisha develop her credit card style, whilst giving animals a character shows potential customers her fun side and charm, making her work unique, engaging and truly recognisable.

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.

She loves working and collaborating with others which has helped her grow her portfolio and develope her product range. Commissions for favourite buildings and precious pets are regularly undertaken.

Recognised for her work, 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.


Original Art & Prints

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Greetings Cards

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Home ware

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“I just adore Trisha's work. The colours are vibrant and full of bold and lively strokes. ”

- K.S.


Featured and Exhibited at

Battersea Art Centre

The Miami Art Expo

Parallax Art Fair

Oxford Art Fair