A Right Royal Street Party Painting by Lizzy Hewitt

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A Right Royal Street Party

Lizzy Hewitt

United Kingdom

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Size: 45.7 W x 38.8 H x 1.2 D in

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The watercolour shows the monarch with her feet up watching horse racing, while the Duke of Edinburgh fires a shotgun into the air, startling one of the Queen's corgis. The Princes Royal has attended the party with her horse while her daughter Zara enjoys a smooch with her husband Mike Tindall who has shown up in his Rugby kit.

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Painting:Watercolor on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:45.7 W x 38.8 H x 1.2 D in

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Lizzy Hewitt: Artist Statement: I set out to create big, beautiful images of the world, in a bold and vivid colour palette, often presented in a soft wide angle. A stunning colour palette has always excited me, primarily from the works of Van Gogh and Chagall. My individual, optimistic style is influenced by modern architecture and high end fashion, Japanese illustration, street art, cartoons and the toy market. I aim to make audacious, contemporary, personal statements, inspired by iconic images, predominently from the 1960s and 1970s, re-imagining the work of musicians, artists, film-makers and other creatives. I feel it's important as an artist to free people's imagination to look at their world in a totally unique way, rather than simply making a representational image, the way a photograph might appear. So my work presents a complete environment of people & place, providing a new and different perspective of their world. My paintings make people smile and have been described as rose-tinted, child-like and whimsical. My work is divided between family and business portrait commissions, illustrations for books and other types of publication, and paintings which are my own take on special or public occasions. These works include A Right Royal Street Party, commemorating Britain's HM Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee of last year. This was an exceptional and out of the ordinary, year-long series of events, and I wanted to create something amazingly out of the ordinary and fun in joyous celebration.