is a young artist who paints with pixels, using Photoshop and a tablet. Specializing in female portraits, the British artist often sets her subjects against surreal settings, incorporating geometric shapes or nature elements.
“All I used to know of digital art was concept art and its place in the gaming and film industries, which was very interesting to me. I don’t think it’s an area that I could ever venture into, but I appreciate it greatly and I suppose it’s perhaps what the digital medium is best known for. I can’t say that I do remember my first piece, but I remember the point when I began to take painting seriously and feel as though there was a need for me to continue creating.”
More about Kemi Mai and her drawings here.