Hello my lovely!

YAY, I’m so glad you’re here!

Do you want to draw, paint & access your inner artist but don’t know how to start? I’m Iris, a mixed media artist from London, UK. I help people clear their creative blocks, make art & feel good about themselves!

Sometimes you need more in life than just the day-to-day ‘musts’ and for me art fills that space in my heart.

Through art you can empower yourself and live up to your true potential. Art is powerful, healing and a great tool for self-development. Also, it’s FUN!

On my website I share my journey, my learnings and discoveries with you, so you can get creatively inspired too!

Join me on this journey and empower yourself to live an authentic art-filled life! Go and grab my free Mixed Media Art & Inspiration Guide. Just pop your name & email in the form and you can get started right away!



Recent Blog Posts

How To Push Past Resistance?

How to push past resistance? And what is resistance anyway?? First let me start off by stating that I LOVE the art I’ve been doing recently. It seems like a barrier (probably self-imposed) has been lifted. I used to feel like every piece I did had to be different and original otherwise I was somehow failing (ridic, right?). Now I feel I’m able … [Read More...]

GIVEAWAY! Art Journal Summer School 2016

The most colourful & creative summer course is BACK! Art Journal Summer School is running for another year and I'm so happy to be part of the teacher lineup again! You can register your spot at the super Early Bird Price right now (price reverts to normal after 31 May). Go to: www.artjournalsummerschool.com The course starts on 1 July … [Read More...]

‘Let Go’ New Inspirational Art Video

I've been so busy this past month creating my new course Abstract Watercolour Flowers. Now that most of the work is done I can come back to making some different art again. I'm rediscovering my love for mixed media art journaling and journaling for expression and to work through some feels. Sometimes I feel guilty for having so many art … [Read More...]

Abstract Watercolour Flowers open for Early Bird Registration!

When I posted my watercolour flower paintings recently, the response I received was so awesome that I simply had to make it into a course to teach you all the techniques! So I'm very pleased to let you know that registration for Abstract Watercolour Flowers is now OPEN! And currently you can get the discounted Early Bird price! Class starts 1 … [Read More...]

GIVEAWAY! ArtistCellar stencil set & new art video

UPDATED UPDATED UPDATED THE WINNER IS: Miriam Gault Congratulations Miriam!!! You have been contacted to claim your prize of this set of awesome stencils. Thank you to everyone for entering, your wonderful ideas on how to use these stencils (I'm feeling super inspired, I hope you are too!) and your enthousiastic response to my video. You … [Read More...]

Start To Finish – Introduction & Verse – Mixed Media Painting Walkthrough

Start To Finish is an ongoing series in which I share the progress on a painting from start to finish and I tell you a bit about my process and the different steps. Click here to view all posts in this series. I was commissioned recently to create a painting in my whimsical style and I thought it'd be fun to show you all how this painting … [Read More...]

Tips For Mixing Your Media

I love mixed media! I'm a mixed media artist! But what does this term 'mixed media' really mean? And how do you apply it practically when making art? Keep reading for insights and tips about the how, why and what of mixed media art. What Is Mixed Media? Traditionally artists would work in one medium. For example oil paint, egg tempera or … [Read More...]

Start To Finish – Raven – Mixed Media Painting Walkthrough

Start To Finish is an ongoing series in which I share the progress on a painting from start to finish and I tell you a bit about my process and the different steps. Click here to view all posts in this series. I've seen birds as a theme in a lot of paintings recently, and it inspired me to want to incorporate birds in my own paintings. I … [Read More...]