Growing up in the Sussex countryside, Shyama Ruffell’s childhood memories of submerging herself in long grasses and discovering a more intimate magical world of insects and colourful wildflowers are a great influence on her paintings. Shyama’s images are packed full of colour, texture and pattern reminiscent of fabric and ceramic designs (another source of inspiration for her). Fresh flowers always fill her studio and are a fantastic reference together with drawings and photographs. With their semi-abstract edge, her paintings become “A cocktail of William Morris and Rousseau in an English meadow, with a splash of Klimt”.
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