Girls by London based visual artist Grazie, is an original artwork on canvas painted with acrylic paint.
Originally from New Zealand, her distinct style blends a number of factors. Inspiration comes from fashion, music and pop culture to create works that are impactful and evocative. However, she repeatedly turns to a distinct colour palette. This brings to life a series of bold pieces that merge underlying elements of pop, street and abstract art.
In addition to this, Grazie’s style is easily recognised by her portrayal of popular imagery and icons through a faceless painting style. She references many of her favourite artists in her work often combining art history with contemporary figures and settings.
Grazie on her influencers for Girls and her other paintings:
My influences are rather varied. They include fashion photographer David La Chappelle, legendary artist Andy Warhol, photographer Terry Richardson, Tom Wesselman, and similarly Keith Haring. I utilise popular branding and fashion magazines.
Firstly, read the Grazie Interview – Forty nine questions and art ain’t one.
Secondly, check out Grazie’s other available artworks