Applying the same process to designing a room scheme, Freya takes you through the process of a bespoke commission step by step understanding the small details which are required to create a unique piece of art tailored to your interior. As part of the process Freya provides a sizing colsultation to help you choose which size works best for your space.
Below are a select few showcasing the variety of work Freya has been working on over the last year.
This piece was created for a dining room in the lovely Sussex countryside. With rich reds and yellows to bring out not only the interior scheme but also to reflect the rich colours of a trip to India.
With colour influences from the Scottish landscape in particular the warm tones of Scottish heather, this piece was commissioned for a wedding present. Colour references were taken from photographs taken on a chilly wintery walk.
35 x 45cm unframed
The painting is of Almscliffe Crag near Leeds and the Crag itself is very rocky so I wanted to mirror this in the texture I used. This was also the first landscape painting I have created and I loved it. It captures a favourite local walk for my client which is now sitting in their lovely living room.
I really loved creating this painting. It shows Lake Victoria and the eastern part of Kenya and Tanzania and highlights the stops on a honeymoon journey.
📍Africa honeymoon journey
2.2m x 72cm framed
Chatel Piste Map
This was painted for a 60th Birthday present and highlights a favourite ski run, a favourite mountain side restaurant and the chalet the family stay in whilst skiing.
📍Châtel Piste Map
Map of the World
This was painted for a birthday present and highlights in gold leaf, countries around the world where my client was born, and has since lived in. It is hanging on a Sulking Room Pink wall so it was really important to make sure all the colours were bold and colourful to fit the brief but didn’t clash with it surroundings.
📍Map of the World
This piece was created for a couple who moved out of London but wanted to take a little bit of the city and their memories of living there with them.
The colour palette was to be subtle cool blues and greens with accents of gold leaf highlighting where they lived in London.
Every element of this painting was based around the soil of the vines from the vineyard. All the texture was from the soil and stones and the pigment was extracted from the colour of the soil. It is one of my more abstract maps, and shows the land plan of Exton Hall.
📍Exton Hall Vineyard
1.25 x 1.1m framed
This painting was created for Toby from Tobyshome. The brief was to have something versatile and neutral for his living room that could fit into changing décor and used within a variety of interior styling schemes.