Hello, I'm Pippa.  Welcome to my site! 

Here's a little about me..... 

 

I have always loved art,

and enjoyed illustrating my

homework as a child in  Latin or

Nature classes. I originally took a BA (hons) degree in Illustration at Exeter Art College.

I have also  pursued my love of Literature, History, and Languages with a BA 

in Humanities (History, Art and Literature). I continue my studies at the Faculty of Astrology, and of course in the arts generally! I I also currently teach drawing and painting online via Skype or Zoom.

     To date I've illustrated a range of books, including one on tropical birds (Cassells) and several children's books about the adventures of a cat (Adelaide books).  I have also created literary etchings inspired by the poetry of narrative.  Exhibitions of my landscapes and other paintings in Oil, Watercolour and Acrylic have been held at the Edwin Young Gallery and at other venues in Salisbury. 

     I regularly undertake portrait commissions of people and animals, as well as illustration work.

     Please check my Etsy page for availability of Giclee Prints and original paintings.... 

     Here is  more info about recent awards for books I've illustrated.....

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"She really caught Bunny's character and loving nature. Her drawings brought the book to life" 

TESTIMONIAL

Matt Bloom, Author

Feature in the Salisbury Journal

Biography

Winner of The New York

      Big Book Award !

Please click here for news about                              this recent award!

Moonbeam 

Gold Award Winner 2019

Moonbeam Children's Book Awards USA

'Hello My Name is Bunny, London'

Lories & Lorikeets, Blandford Press, 1996

 Independent Press Award

 Distinguished Favourite 2018

For: 'Hello My Name is Bunny, London'

'Hello My Name is Bunny' (Adelaide Books)

'Hello My Name is Bunny, Paris' (Adelaide Books)

(Photo courtesy of Shelley Simmons-Bloom)

'Hello! My Name is Bunny, London'

'Hello! My Name is Bunny, London' (Adelaide Books)

PJM

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