Moira Frith is a British artist who also works in ecology and conservation. The botanical flora is often present in her visual world.
Like many people Moira painted in her childhood, but stopped when she left school.
She found inspiration and started to paint and draw again years later, while she was on maternity leave. Now she paints animals, birds and plants in an abstract, but at the same time figurative, way. She works intuitively when she lets the washy colours bleed into one another on the paper.
We have fallen for Moira’s playful watercolor illustrations and was curious to know more about her. Scroll down to read an interview with Moira.