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A Day In The Life Of Zoe Moss

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Zoe Moss is predominantly a photo-realist oil painter, inspired by the concept of paint versus photography. Her artworks often juxtapose delicate figures with completely out of character elements and humorous narratives. Here, we spend a day in the life of Zoe Moss, from true crime podcasts to evenings in the pub. 



MY ALARM GOES OFF…

Around 9am (I am a night owl) and I say good morning to my cat and get ready to go to my studio.


HOW I STARTED LIFE AS AN ARTIST…

I always knew I was going to be an artist. As a kid I would copy what my dad (an architect), and oldest brother (an artist) drew. I did well in school, despite being distracted by boys. I went on to do a foundation at Chelsea school of art.  After finishing university up north, I came back to London and went straight into exhibiting in galleries. 


MY TYPICAL DAY…

I am in my studio painting, drinking endless cups of tea and listening to murder-related podcasts.


MY MOST MEMORABLE ARTISTIC MOMENT…

The first time I got into the Royal academy Summer exhibition and was able to break the good news to my mum.


THE WORST PART OF BEING AN ARTIST…

Always being covered in paint, and the admin isn’t exactly fun.


THE BEST PART OF BEING AN ARTIST…

Getting to paint and draw all the time. 


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

I head to the pub or home to watch a film. 


IF I WASN’T AN ARTIST, I WOULD BE…


Unemployed.

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