Mia's initial studies were in portrait and figurative painting after which she inclined toward still life and floral subjects.  She is drawn to the tremendous energy flowers embody and is captivated by their ability to be both delicate and ethereal whilst generating force and strength, which compels her to create vast canvases for her compositions.  Mia is meticulous in her study of subtle shades, light, forms and spaces throughout, with some of her floral paintings taking up to 4 months to complete.  She aims to capture the essence of her subject and allows it complete ownership of the canvas.  By enlarging the scale, the nature of the subject is intensified, generating a wall of life.

Mia's work is collected internationally.

Mia's paintings are represented by Lucy B Campbell Fine Art, London

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Curriculum Vitae

British, b. 1973

Education:
Heatherley School of Fine Art, London

Group Exhibitions:

2015  LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair, Berkeley Square, London, Lucy B Campbell Fine Art
2015  Art Antiques London, Kensington Gardens, London, Lucy B Campbell Fine Art
2014  Olympia Art & Antiques Fair, London, Lucy B Campbell Fine Art
2014  LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair, Berkeley Square, London, Lucy B Campbell Fine Art
2014  'Inside the Hearts and Minds of Regional Collectors', The Cummer Museum, Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.
2014  The Studio, Glebe Place, Chelsea, Lucy B Campbell Fine Art
2013  Olympia International Fine Art & Antiques Fair, Lucy B Campbell Fine Art
2012  LAPADA, Berkeley Square, Lucy B Campbell Fine Art
2012  Art & Antiques Fair, Lucy B Campbell Fine Art
2011  Art & Antiques Fair, Lucy B Campbell Fine Art
2010  Discerning Eye (Nina Campbell's invited artist), Mall Galleries
2010  Art & Antiques Fair, Lucy B Campbell Fine Art
2009  Art London, Lucy B Campbell Fine Art
2008  Arts & Antiques Fair, Lucy B Campbell Fine Art
2007  Art London, Lucy B Campbell Fine Art
2006  Art London, Lucy B Campbell Fine Art

Awards:

2001  Commendation, Royal Society of Portrait Painters