Film ‘The Living Dead’ (formally known as ‘Are We Dead Yet’ commission art piece Elicia was commissioned to create a 18th cenntury family portrait for award winning director Fredi Nwaka’s first horror/comedy feature film ‘Are We Dead Yet’. This oil painting was Elicia’s first commissioned piece for a film set, and the portraits are of British actors Winston Ellis and Sharon Lawrence who play the father and mother of four daughters in the film. Check out the official trailer for […]
Elicia organised a group art exhibition to raise awareness around mental health issues; from the perspective of someone managing their mental health and of a carer. This exhibition was in support of children’s charity Free Your Mind cic and in partnership with the City Hall Peer Youth team. The two week exhibition was launched on World Mental Health Day 10th October 2016 and was held at London City Hall. The private view was opened by Mandy Thomas author, artist, poet […]
Elicia exhibited in group exhibition at ‘Under The Radar’ which took place at the Oil and Water gallery in Wandsworth, 22 April 2015 – 4 May 2015 Under the Radar Wandsworth was the first in a series of exhibitions in London, focusing on enticing more and more people to love art, to think differently and embrace the art form in any way they can.
Elicia showed her skills as an artist, when she unveiled her painting at an event celebrating international women in London on March 29th 2015. Presenting her masterpiece to an engaged audience, attendees at the Women On The Crossroads “Awesome You” event in London could not believe the true likeness of the masterpeice Elicia had created. The picture of Sherry Ann Dixon, Founder of Women On The Crossroads depicts a happy, smiling woman. Sherry Ann Dixon has recently launched a mentoring programme that […]