Danielle Foye is a 24 year old British Artist currently living in the North-West of England. Her primary focus with her creations are based around nature and animals which is evident in almost all of her paintings. Her main medium is watercolour but she also uses pens and inks to add details into the colourful scenes she creates.
Q&A WITH DANIELLE
What was your inspiration for 'In Bloom'?
My main inspiration for 'In Bloom' was based on the flowers and creatures that are found in English gardens. I have a personal appreciation for the simplistic qualities and flowers here in the UK which come through in many pieces of my work. I featured flowers like the daisy in my print which is a very humble yet British flower, which is present during the whole of summer here in England.
What inspires your art in general?
In general I get inspired from all sorts of different things when it comes to creating artwork. I get a massive amount of inspiration from nature, flowers and animals. For a large amount of my work I bring these things together combined with bright colours. I also get heavily inspired from films and books due to the romance element and also the stories and feelings they create for me. Sometimes I will find myself thinking about a part of a love story right before I find myself picking up the paintbrush.