The 20 women who changed the world art exhibition is a bold, colorful, educational and historically inspired body of work which gives an insight into the lives of some incredible women from around the world whose work in different sectors have had a massive impact on the contemporary world and continue to do so.

The collection contains some well-known historical figures seen in a different light such as Marie Curie, Elizabeth the first, Florence Nightingale but most importantly, it also contains many lesser-known women whose works continue to shape our daily lives, such as Nwanyeruwa, Wangari Maathai,  Stephanie Kwolek, Dr. Mary Maynard Daly and Gerty Cori,  and many others.

Carefully, but cleverly selected from 100s of possible candidates, spanning from the 1500s to this century, this collection celebrates all that represents strength, courage, perseverance, and determination.

Aimed at the general public, this exhibition is ideal for museums and art galleries around the world as well as educational and corporate establishments.

In her usual bold and colorful style, the artist seeks to remind us of the powerful powerhouse that women represent around the world.

In her own words, the artists say “I am a huge admirer of women, not from a feminist point of view, but from a sense of acknowledgment of these creations of nature, who in spite of many atrocities committed against them around the world, remain strong and steadfast in order to assure the next generation in perpetuity.

Each piece in this collection of artwork is 1.2m x 0.91m, Acrylic on canvas.


The Tribes of Africa art exhibition takes you on an incredible journey through Africa where you will meet some of the most amazing indigenous tribes who call this continent home. From the more well known Maasai and Zulu tribes to the lesser-known Nyakyusa and Ndebele tribes, passing through the Omo valley, home to the most incredible people on the planet. This is an unmissable exhibition inspired by some of the most thrilling cultures on the planet. Each piece in this collection is approximately 1.5m x 1.1m Acrylic on canvas. 

They are designed to be hung tapestry format, thereby making the rawness of the exhibition more powerful.