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'Walking on Water’ is a colourful reminder of our boundless resilience and unbreakable strength, pushing us to push forward even when life throws its biggest curveballs. Don't drown in uncertainty - instead, let it fuel your determination to carve your own destiny and make waves that will propel you towards success.


Just like water, we are strong and fluid, able to adapt to any circumstance and shape our own destiny. We can surge forward with courage and grace, conquering the roughest patches of our journey with unwavering confidence. So why settle for a mundane existence when you can ride the exhilarating rapids of life, taking risks and chasing your wildest dreams? This artwork is a beacon of hope and inspiration, showing us that we're capable of achieving the impossible and braving the toughest storms.


The artwork's dazzling array of glitter, spray paint, and magazine cuttings is a feast for the eyes, bursting with energy, and inviting you to join in the celebration of life's splendour. The women walking on water in this piece remind us of the power of community and the importance of standing together in solidarity. By lifting each other up, we can overcome any obstacle and reach new heights of success.


So what are you waiting for? Let ‘Walking on Water’ be the spark that ignites your passion for life, and a call to action to take risks, chase your dreams, and live your life to the fullest. Remember that you too have the strength and resilience to walk on water and achieve greatness. So go ahead, make waves!


'Walking on Water'  is part of a 10 piece collection. I'm super proud to share them with you!





A5 - 29.7cm x 10.5cm

A4 - 21cm x 29.7cm

A3 - 29.7cm x 42cm

A2 - 42cm x 59.4cm

A1 - 59.4cm x 84.1cm




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Walking On Water

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