Art is alive: Antonella Prasse

Art is alive: Antonella Prasse

For Italian Artist Antonella Prasse, her emotive paintings are an extension of herself. Through combining her love for poetry and painting, she breathes life into each of her canvases; exchanging energies so they can tell their own stories. Antonella works intuitively to find balance in her art, acting as a metaphor to how we as humans seek to achieve balance in our everyday lives. She shares her creative process and some of her biggest learnings. 

Art as therapy: Rachel Camilleri

Art as therapy: Rachel Camilleri

Rachel Camilleri works intuitively to capture the emotions felt in everyday life. She takes inspiration from what is around her, from music and street art to the architecture found in her home town of Manchester. She plays with the emotional qualities of colour, applying paint freely, with each movement dictating her next step. Art is Rachel's form of therapy, helping her to release and process emotion. 

Photographer in love: Dani Ropi

Photographer in love: Dani Ropi

Dani Ropi is a 'Photographer in love' and an Art Journalist based in New York. Taking inspiration from the people, places and energy around her as well as from the busting New York City streets, Dani uses modern programs to enhance and manipulate colours in her photographs; adding colour to her words. Her bright utopian images are her way of speaking out in an expression of hope and freedom.

Breaking Boundaries: Emmanuel Unaji

Breaking Boundaries: Emmanuel Unaji

Emmanuel Unaji is an Artist, Designer, Co-founder of fashion brand Unaji and Art Director of Studio 32 OKE. With his art he seeks to break the boundaries between fine art, fashion design and music; exploring human branding, with a particular focus on how high fashion branding unconsciously informs our perceptions of luxury, beauty, identity and self-image.

Chromesthesia: Jake Andrew Nason

Chromesthesia: Jake Andrew Nason

Artist Jake Andrew Nason shares what it feels like to see and experience music as colour through sound-colour synaesthesia or more specifically Chromesthesia. He creates his vibrant paintings by capturing the emotion, feeling and colour behind a particular piece of music. With his paintings and large scale projection and sound installations he intends to draw attention to synaesthesia and neuro-diversity and explore the relationship we have with colour and sound; getting audiences to think about sensory perception.