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SHIVER X SIGNATURE BREW PRESENTS

DOPAMINE ART

SHIVER X SIGNATURE BREW PRESENTS

DOPAMINE ART

Think bright, loud, colourful and happy!
Last summer saw the fashion trend of ‘Dopamine dressing’ which essentially meant dressing to improve your mood. After a shitty 2020 and a just as crappy 2021, I think we can all agree that we could all do with a mood boost!
This exhibition has taken that same concept of dressing to boost your mood, but apply it to our walls!

BE SURE TO VISIT IRL AT SIGNATURE BREW HAGGERSTON UNTIL 6TH OCTOBER 2022 - WHEELCHAIR FRIENDLY VENUE

ONLINE EXHIBITION

Digital collage of a pastel pink archway showing a colourful sunset with an orange sun, with waves below.

'Pastel Dream Doory 3' by Sophie Zurybida

40 x 50cm in Frame
Giraffe Fleck 250gsm Recycled Stock Paper

"A portal of hope. A gentle reassurance that even if you aren’t currently ready to cross through, if you’re currently struggling, the pastel dream door will always be waiting for you."

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'lakeside' BY SOPHIE ZURYBIDA

40 x 50cm in Frame
Giraffe Fleck 250gsm Recycled Stock Paper

"Where I think of being when the grind of daily life gets too much. No phone signal, no traffic, no judgements."

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Digital collage of mixed landscapes, starting with a lake with rocks at the bottom, then a dense forest, then snow topped mountains with a pink/purple circle and a purple sky.
Digital collage of mixed landscapes, starting with a lake with rocks at the bottom, then a dense forest, then snow topped mountains with a pink/purple circle and a purple sky.

'LAKESIDE' BY SOPHIE ZURYBIDA

40 x 50cm in Frame
Giraffe Fleck 250gsm Recycled Stock Paper

"Where I think of being when the grind of daily life gets too much. No phone signal, no traffic, no judgements."

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Mixed media collage and acrylic paint artwork showing a pastel gradient in the background with strokes of brightly coloured paint and collaged leaves and a birds eye photo of a coastline.

'GROWTH' by SARA HOQUE

W 29.7cm x H 42cm
Giclée Print on Hahnemühle Hemp Paper, Finished with Gold Leaf

"A collage aiming to capture the natural beauty and wonder which we experience in nature. As a young child we experience these moments frequently; a privilege we often outgrow. I enjoy blurring the lines between reality and dreams by mixing familiar imagery with vivid colours and unbounded forms."

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Digital painting of a pale pink background with bold colourful circles overlapping with crayon effect squiggly lines flowing through. The picture gives a feeling of playfulness and happiness.

'RADIANT #1' BY KALILA CAMERON

W 26.67cm x H 40.64cm
Giclée Print on Hahnemühle Bamboo Paper

This body of work was conceived from a place of grey within my practice. I had to dissect my relationship with colour, analyse every aspect and question it. This allowed me to truly understand the impact of radiant colour and how it can transform ones self.

This felt like a rebirth to me, a vivid and luminous rebirth."

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Digital painting of a pale pink background with bold colourful circles overlapping with crayon effect squiggly lines flowing through. The picture gives a feeling of playfulness and happiness.

RADIANT #1

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Colourful digital painting in bold, block colours and wiggly lines of pink, orange, yellow, purple and green to form what looks like a sun in the sky setting over sand dunes.

RADIANT #2

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Colourful digital painting in bold, block colours of pink, orange, yellow, purple and green to form what looks like a sun in the sky with colourful waves or mountains.

RADIANT #3

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BY KALILA CAMERON

W 26.67cm x H 40.64cm
Giclée Print on Hahnemühle Bamboo Paper

"This body of work was conceived from a place of grey within my practice. I had to dissect my relationship with colour, analyse every aspect and question it. This allowed me to truly understand the impact of radiant colour and how it can transform ones self.

This felt like a rebirth to me, a vivid and luminous rebirth."

Digital painting of a pink and white checked picnic blanket, with wine, tomatoes, fruit, plant and candles, set out on a hilly landscape with a house and 2 trees in the distance.

Picnic with a view BY Elisa grasso

W 35.56cm x H 35.56cm
Giclée Print on Hahnemühle Bamboo paper

"This illustration is my reaction to a photo prompt made by Still Here Still Life, an initiative run by illustrators Zena Kay and Tess Smith-Roberts. The still life prompt caught my eye due to the rich, bright colours and delicious props. I turned the red gingham cloth into a picnic blanket overlooking a quiet, peaceful landscape, topped with an isolated house on a hill. These elements are becoming repetitive symbols in my work, indicating my need for space, solitude and escape, while remaining hopeful about the future through my use of bright and playful colours. In creating this work I experimented with new techniques and styles, looking for an equilibrium between my interest in both analogue and digital methods of image making."

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'SWEET DREAMS' BY ELLE GUEST

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'FLUMP' BY ELLE GUEST

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W 29.7cm x H 42cm
Satin Finish Giclée Print

"My designs are inspired by the human body, abstracting forms from different areas of the body. Everyone is different so this provides me with endless unique forms. I look for soft curves as I want my designs to be gentle to look at and almost soothing. The colour palette continues to further this by using mostly pastel shades."

Black and white detailed flower line drawing of ginkgo flowers on top of a block pale pink background.

PINK GINKOS BY ENIOLA OPESAN

W 21cm x H 29.7cm
300gsm Heavyweight White Recycled Paper

"Inspired by ginkgo leaves, this abstract artwork was created with abundance in mind. I wanted to create something to symbolise that there’s never just one of anything, there’s always an abundance of everything."

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PINK BLOSSOMS BY ENIOLA OPESAN

W 21cm x H 29.7cm
300gsm Heavyweight White Recycled Paper

"When I created this abstract botanical artwork, I wanted to push myself to add more detail into my art. As someone who used to prefer to keep my artwork minimalist, this is a great reminder to myself that not everything needs to be simple."

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Black and white detailed flower line drawing of 3 flowers on top of a block pink background.
Black and white detailed flower line drawing of 3 flowers on top of a block pink background.

PINK BLOSSOMS BY ENIOLA OPESAN

W 21cm x H 29.7cm
300gsm Heavyweight White Recycled Paper

"When I created this abstract botanical artwork, I wanted to push myself to add more detail into my art. As someone who used to prefer to keep my artwork minimalist, this is a great reminder to myself that not everything needs to be simple."

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Digital painting of oranges, green leaves and delicate white flowers on a pale pink background.

'Botanical Oranges' by Tasha Baines

Archival Satin Paper
Multiple sizes available

"I wanted to create a bright, fruity fresh design that would work anywhere in the home, from the bathroom to the kitchen. I kept the oranges and botanicals almost floating as if suspended in a falling motion against a light pink background."

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Digital painting of a pink island, viewed from a pink balcony with pink and orange flowers. There is a pale blue ocean, pink sky and orange sun.

PINK ISLAND BALCONY BY TASHA BAINES

Archival Satin Paper
Multiple sizes available

"A dreamy escape into a pink paradise. I wanted this design to have a serene and still feeling when you look at it, as if you were swept away onto this balcony feeling the heat of the giant sun. My wanderlust for exploring new places and seeing new views definitely contributed to this piece. If I could tell you where it was, I would! I used a block colour style to keep the design simplistic but bold with use of colours."

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Digital painting in pastel pinks, mint green and orange of a vase of flowers on a table.

ABSTRACT STRIPE VASE BY TASHA BAINES

Archival Satin Paper
Multiple sizes available

"Within this design I explored combining pattern and colour clashes to create a vivid and happy still life abstract. I love anything spots, and pastel mints and greens clashing with pinks. This design will be sure to add a pop of joy anywhere in the home!"

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ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Profile image of artist, Sophie Zurybida, in a circle with a blue snake entwined around the edge.

Sophie Zurybida

(She/her)

Collaging public domain images, Sophie Zurybida aka Spooky Zury, carefully crafts the kind of impossible worlds we’re more used to seeing through the haze of our dreams. Lifestyle magazine housewives sail through the stars and monstrous sea creatures cross the land in her retro-futurist mash-ups, eery yet beautiful glimpses into an alternate timeline that never was. Sophie has recently relocated to the edges of the Forest of Dean and draws inspiration from the gently unreal woodland, especially at twilight when her surroundings feel almost as alien as those she creates in her work. Drawing inspiration from pop art, folk horror and off-kilter sci-fi, @SpookyZury is rapidly building a cult following on Instagram, with followers eager for any opportunity to visit the strange and haunting yet wry and fun lands that lay just over the horizon in Sophie’s memorable compositions.

Collaging public domain images, Sophie Zurybida aka Spooky Zury, carefully crafts the kind of impossible worlds we’re more used to seeing through the haze of our dreams. Lifestyle magazine housewives sail through the stars and monstrous sea creatures cross the land in her retro-futurist mash-ups, eery yet beautiful glimpses into an alternate timeline that never was. Sophie has recently relocated to the edges of the Forest of Dean and draws inspiration from the gently unreal woodland, especially at twilight when her surroundings feel almost as alien as those she creates in her work. Drawing inspiration from pop art, folk horror and off-kilter sci-fi, @SpookyZury is rapidly building a cult following on Instagram, with followers eager for any opportunity to visit the strange and haunting yet wry and fun lands that lay just over the horizon in Sophie’s memorable compositions.

Photo of artist, Sara Hoque, stood in front of her artwork at the other art fair, looking very happy and proud.

SARA
HOQUE

(She/her)

Sara Hoque was born in North Yorkshire in 1991, to a Norwegian mother and British/Bengali father. As a child, Hoque had a multi-cultural nomadic upbringing which is reflected in her current work and habitat. Since graduating, she has been living in London and currently resides on a 40ft narrowboat cruising the waterways. During her childhood, the artist was inspired by the fairly rural areas of Wales and Norway, nature being the main subject of her drawings. She travelled a lot of unusual and beautiful places where she is amazed and in awe at the vastness of the forests and seas.

Sara Hoque was born in North Yorkshire in 1991, to a Norwegian mother and British/Bengali father. As a child, Hoque had a multi-cultural nomadic upbringing which is reflected in her current work and habitat. Since graduating, she has been living in London and currently resides on a 40ft narrowboat cruising the waterways. During her childhood, the artist was inspired by the fairly rural areas of Wales and Norway, nature being the main subject of her drawings. She travelled a lot of unusual and beautiful places where she is amazed and in awe at the vastness of the forests and seas.

Profile image of artist, Sophie Zurybida, in a circle with a blue snake entwined around the edge.

KALILA CAMERON

(She/her)

Cameron is a contemporary, multidisciplinary artist based in Glasgow. Kalila is constantly finding new ways to grow her practice through an array of mixed media. She is currently undergoing a degree in fine art located in the City of Glasgow. Cameron’s practice, at the moment, has focused on the theory of interactive work within a gallery space and the notion that art should be accessible to all. Kalila describes her work as feeling very process led, with the finished product being simply a last step. Throughout her work he puts a distinct focus on colour theory, and the ways in which colour informs our life.

Cameron is a contemporary, multidisciplinary artist based in Glasgow. Kalila is constantly finding new ways to grow her practice through an array of mixed media. She is currently undergoing a degree in fine art located in the City of Glasgow. Cameron’s practice, at the moment, has focused on the theory of interactive work within a gallery space and the notion that art should be accessible to all. Kalila describes her work as feeling very process led, with the finished product being simply a last step. Throughout her work he puts a distinct focus on colour theory, and the ways in which colour informs our life.

Profile image of Shiver artist Eniola Opesan. Eniola is wearing glasses, a colourful bow and has black and blue braided hair.

ENIOLA
OPESAN

(She/her)

Eniola is a London based, emerging artist. She mainly creates botanical inspired abstract art using acrylic, watercolour, gouache paints and fine liner pens. Opesan uses art as a tool to bring more balance and joy into her life, and by extension she aims to do the same with people who see the art she creates.

Eniola is a London based, emerging artist. She mainly creates botanical inspired abstract art using acrylic, watercolour, gouache paints and fine liner pens. Opesan uses art as a tool to bring more balance and joy into her life, and by extension she aims to do the same with people who see the art she creates.

Profile image Shiver artist of Elle Guest. She is wearing an all pink outfit and stood in front of a mural of her colourful swirly designs.

Elle
Guest

(She/her)

Elle is a Portsmouth based, emerging artist. Guest studied Fine Art at Bath School of Art and Design and since graduating, began building her career as an artist. She creates acrylic abstract contemporary paintings, as well as digital designs which are made into prints. Elle continues to try and expand her work, using her designs on different materials to see where else she can take her practice. 

Elle is a Portsmouth based, emerging artist. Guest studied Fine Art at Bath School of Art and Design and since graduating, began building her career as an artist. She creates acrylic abstract contemporary paintings, as well as digital designs which are made into prints. Elle continues to try and expand her work, using her designs on different materials to see where else she can take her practice. 

Tasha
Baines

(She/her)

Tasha had an artistic flair from a young age, perhaps stemming from her mother’s design background. In 2007, she went straight from Art in school, into an Art & Design course at her local college based in Poole, Dorset. From there, she explored her creativity with painting, graphics and photography. Although swaying towards a course based more on Graphic Design, she went on to study Commercial Photography at The Arts University Bournemouth, leaving with a BA (Hons) in 2013. Despite enjoying photography, she enjoyed more of the post-production side and became a freelance retoucher. This however didn’t have a lot of creative control and after many years of feeling lost, she started to paint and draw again, both with paint and using digital software. In 2020, focusing more on her digital art, she decided she had nothing to lose and began selling her work as home decor art prints as Peachi Prints. 

Tasha had an artistic flair from a young age, perhaps stemming from her mother’s design background. In 2007, she went straight from Art in school, into an Art & Design course at her local college based in Poole, Dorset. From there, she explored her creativity with painting, graphics and photography. Although swaying towards a course based more on Graphic Design, she went on to study Commercial Photography at The Arts University Bournemouth, leaving with a BA (Hons) in 2013. Despite enjoying photography, she enjoyed more of the post-production side and became a freelance retoucher. This however didn’t have a lot of creative control and after many years of feeling lost, she started to paint and draw again, both with paint and using digital software. In 2020, focusing more on her digital art, she decided she had nothing to lose and began selling her work as home decor art prints as Peachi Prints. 

Profile image of artist, Elisa Grasso, in a circle with a purple snake entwined around the edge.

Elisa
Grasso

(She/her)

Elisa is a London-based artist and illustrator using intuition as part of her creative process, who explores the intersection between art, creativity, and the human mind. She is passionate about working with people and communities to encourage empowerment and compassion through education, artistic expression, and storytelling. She uses illustration to process the world around her as a form of artistic therapy and is motivated by her drive to advocate for mental health and build awareness around neurodiversity. She likes elephants, red and pink, her dog, nature, kindness, and ice cream. 

Elle is a Portsmouth based, emerging artist. Guest studied Fine Art at Bath School of Art and Design and since graduating, began building her career as an artist. She creates acrylic abstract contemporary paintings, as well as digital designs which are made into prints. Elle continues to try and expand her work, using her designs on different materials to see where else she can take her practice. 

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