Local Leicestershire artist receives correspondence from the Queen
Lizzy Hewitt's most recent painting 'A Right Royal Street Party' was inspired by the images of the events around the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Celebrations. The painting, is cartoon-like, and justifiably compared to the work of the great cartoonist,Giles.
She says of this work, A Right Royal Street Party', "Summer 2012 has been a very special, very British occasion and I wanted to create something out of the ordinary to celebrate all that was happening. I hope you feel I have pulled it off!"
Following her recent exhibition of her work over the summer at West End Gallery Leicester, Lizzy wanted to make a gift to The Queen to commemorate the occasion and sent to the Palace, a limited edition print of the original piece. To her delight, she received a letter from Balmoral, from the Lady in Waiting to the Queen, thanking her, on Her Majesty's behalf, and expressing the pleasure it had given her in this her Diamond Jubilee Year.
Although the focus of this work has originated from a different perspective to her usual commissions in which she presents her clients within a total environment, providing a perspective on their world, A Right Royal Street Party too, is very well observed and vibrant and promises to bring a smile to your face.
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'A Right Royal Street Party', can be viewed in West End Gallery, Leicester until the end of November.