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About the artist

Introduction

I am a 22 year old, self taught artist, working hard at what I love the most and have been doing so for the last 3 years! Painting your gorgeous pets is the absolute highlight of my life…and it quite literally is, as I work with the brightest colours to create statement pieces to treasure for a lifetime! I try to not take life too seriously and am a go-with-the-flow kinda gal. I’m loving where its taken me and I take great pride in my accomplishments so far!

Come follow my journey! 

The Earlier Days

Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve loved being creative. As I grew up, Art was the only subject I ever really looked forward to and had a huge interest in. My enthusiasm for this subject reached new heights during Art GCSE and A level, where I had the freedom to experiment with various materials and mediums. In A level Art, I found myself drawn to mixed media, often incorporating a vibrant array of watercolors, acrylic paints, and biro pens. I was also fascinated by a self-taught technique: Acrylic Pours.

Acrylic Pours

I absolutely LOVED working with Acrylic Pours! During a work experience opportunity, I seized the chance to showcase a collection of my acrylic pour paintings in a bathroom showroom located in Bath, UK. I felt incredibly fortunate to have this opportunity, and to my delight, every painting found a new home, making it a truly rewarding experience.

Working In Colour

My Artistic Identity

Working with vibrant colours has almost been a personal coping mechanism during challenging times. That's why, during my A-level Art studies, I began gravitating towards colour, using them to escape the chaos and stress that school life brings. In 2019, my colourful work gained recognition, marking the start of my journey in creating pet portraits. As this journey gained momentum like a snowball rolling downhill, so did the arrival of COVID. Immersing myself into a world of colour every day during self-isolation (due to my high-risk status post-Crohns diagnosis in early 2020), provided a profound distraction from my new health-related concerns and the additional stress of being vulnerable to COVID. But I also cherished this opportunity to share and craft these portraits during the dreary days of the pandemic, aiming to infuse genuine joy and upliftment to anyone who invested or saw my artwork on social media. I think we all needed a touch of positivity. My goal has always been simple: to bring a smile to your face and brighten your day, even if just a little and I'm eager to continue doing so. 

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"My goal has always been simple: to bring a smile to your face and brighten your day, even if just a little and I'm eager to continue doing so." 

SAP ART
 

Timeline

My Artistic Journey Unveiled

2019 -2020

Aug - My A Level Artwork gained recognition, marking the beginning of my creative journey. 

Sept - Started my gap year by working full time at Tesco's to fund my upcoming travelling plans in 2021.  

 

Nov - Colour experimentation began after the individual who initially admired my A level Artwork, requested a painting in a similar colourful style.

 

Dec - Completed my very first commissioned piece.

2020 - 2021

March - Lockdown began, leading to the cancellation of my upcoming travelling plans scheduled for early April.  

May - A second request from a different individual, marking my second completed commissioned portrait. 

August - Launched an Instagram and Facebook page to showcase and promote my work. 

2021 - 2022

Feb - Huge influx of requests after posting a painting online

2022 - 2023

Lots of painting!! Completed some of my best pieces, including my first A1 sized masterpiece!

2023 - 2024

Feb - Ox Homes Article 'Working in colour' was published. 

Nov - Launched website!

Ox Magazine 'Working in Colour' Article

Ox Magazine Meets Sally-Anne Peck

Discover Sally-Anne Peck's exclusive interview with Ox Magazine, offering deeper insights into both her and her business. Click here to access the full article.

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