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Stairways, discarded sandwiches, botanicals

Posted on May 29th, 2017 by Jo Swannell

A mixed bag of recent projects has seen me grappling with my double-jointed ladder in a snug stairway, dodging rain showers and pigeons in Brighton and enjoying a relatively serene bit of detailed artwork. Also, in a first for me, I was asked to add the image of a half eaten sandwich to a mural […]

Ship Happens

Posted on May 26th, 2016 by Jo Swannell

It’s been an interesting and busy couple of months, one highlight being working with Clarissa Parish Murals, adding some very big art to the world’s largest cruise ship The Harmony of the Seas. One of the strangest and toughest work environments I’ve painted in, but the results were good!

Council Commissions

Posted on May 26th, 2016 by Jo Swannell

I’m very pleased to say that Brighton and Hove Council and the Resident’s Association for the Clarendon Road estates have invited me in to once again add some art to their external walls. Funding from the Estates Development Budget means that the entrance ways to several parts of the estate will be painted with Brighton […]

New mural for ONCA

Posted on March 24th, 2014 by Jo Swannell

My latest project: new outdoor artwork up outside the ONCA Gallery (14 St George‚Äôs Place Brighton BN1 4GB). A slice through geological time, with the present day represented by our legacy of plastics. Concept, design and painting by me – but it will all be painted over for the next exhibition so get down there […]