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A Day In The Life Of Simone Webb

Simone Webb is a contemporary British artist whose original artworks and limited edition prints combine digital and traditional mediums. Her practice centres around the floral, using soft, painterly gestures to create images of flowers as they bloom and decay, delicately suspended in virtual space. Here, we spend a day in the life of Simone Webb, from morning gratitude practice to working in her home studio. 

Simone in her home studio

 

MY ALARM GOES OFF…

The first thing I do is my daily gratitude practice, which takes about 5-10 minutes. It sets me up for the day and puts me in a good mood from the get-go. 


HOW I STARTED LIFE AS AN ARTIST…

I have loved art for as long as I can remember and was always doing something artistic as a child. When I was younger, we would go past the art college and I would always say that's where I was going to go one day, so inevitably I did. 


MY TYPICAL DAY…

My days begin with a workout before I head into my home studio; I’m very grateful to not have to travel far. I then continue with projects and pack prints and am usually joined by my cat for the best part of the day.

 

MY MOST MEMORABLE ARTISTIC MOMENT…

I think my most memorable moment is the first time I was contacted by a gallery for representation; It was great to see that my work was being recognised. 


THE WORST PART OF BEING AN ARTIST…

I honestly don’t think there is a bad part but I tend to never switch off which can lead to a few sleepless nights!

 

THE BEST PART OF BEING AN ARTIST…

I love that I get to do what I love every day and can express myself in whatever way I choose, which is something I am very grateful for. 


AFTER I CLOSE MY STUDIO DOOR AT THE END OF THE DAY…

I like to watch something or read but have to admit, sometimes I do sneak back into the studio to carry on.  


IF I WASN’T AN ARTIST, I WOULD BE…


That’s a difficult one as being an artist is all I’ve ever wanted to be but I do love watching rugby, so perhaps something in that field. 

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