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2017 Citizen I Selected for RBSA Portrait Prize Exhibition, Birmingham, UK. Exhibition of 'Citizen I' at the RBSA gallery in Birmingham, UK from 27th July - 19th August.
2017 Citizen III 'Selected not Hung' for RWA 165 Annual Open Exhibtion, Bristol UK.
2017 Muntjac Buck Selected for Hand Held View Exhibition at Barnoon Workshop, St Ives UK. Exhibition of 'Muntjac Buck' at Barnoon Workshop in St Ives, Cornwall, UK from 14th October - 3rd November.
2018 Sea Snail Selected for Our eARTh 2018 Exhibition at Kunsthuis Gallery, North Yorkshire, UK. Exhibition of 'Sea Snail' at Kunsthuis Gallery in North Yorkshire, UK from Saturday 24th March - 23rd December, extended until the end of March 2019.
2019 The Black Mountains Selected for RBSA Prize 2019 Exhibition at RBSA Gallery, 4 Brook Street, Birmingham, UK. Exhibition of ‘The Black Mountains’ at RBSA Gallery in Birmingham, UK from Thursday 23rd May – 22nd June.
2019 How Cattle Eat Grass selected as a donation for Broadway Arts Festival Mystery Masterpiece Online Auction and Exhibition at Little Buckland Gallery, Broadway, WR12 7JH. Exhibition of ‘How Cattle Eat Grass’ at Little Buckland Gallery in Broadway, UK from 10am Friday 28th June – 5pm Sunday 7th July.
2012 University of Worcester, BA (Hons) in English Literature.
2013 Open University, Creative Writing Course.
Freya Laetitia Stinton
I studied English Literature BA (Hons) at university and I went on to do a Creative Writing course with the Open University. This led me to becoming a writer of children’s books, in particular I enjoy creating picture books. Gradually the picture became my focus and I started to create an Illustrator’s portfolio. The subject matter I work with varies from representing shape and form to intricate details. I am fascinated with nature and its’ various forms, whether it be wild animals, the wilderness, the weather or our pets. These themes compel me to create art. I have a love and deep respect for nature in all its forms, I hope these feelings permeate into the drawings via my brush or pencil. Illustrators such as Axel Scheffler, Alexis Deacon and writers such as Thoreau, Wordsworth, William Blake and George MacDonald inspire my artwork.
"It never hurts to keep looking for sunshine." Eeyore, Winnie the Pooh, A. A. Milne
Artworks by Freya Laetitia Stinton