Faye Nasser-Joley

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Faye Nasser-Joley

"Faye Nasser-Joley is regarded as one of England's most talented emerging artists ... award-winning work."

The Moodie Report


Faye’s work attempts to awaken the viewer to the essence and being of the creature she is painting. It’s the special magic which emerges when Faye connects with the subject, allowing the interior and unseeable beauty to emerge from the external physicality which is depicted with the oil paints. This creates works with a vulnerable and emotive sensation, where the purity and innocence of the subject is lovely to behold.

Faye Nasser-Joley is an inspirational artist with a humanist conscience. Painting since the age of three, Faye has won numerous awards and has also achieved a first class Art degree.

Faye has gone on to become arguably one of England’s most talented emerging artists, with clients and collectors in the United States, Europe, the Middle East and Australia.

Her portraiture, whether human or equine, intimately captures the essence of the individual. This innovative approach has led to many high profile commissions, such as a portrait for Stirling Moss OBE, Paralympic gold medalist Ade Adepitan, 2012 Olympic eventing horse and rider Marcelo Tosi and Eleda-All-Black and Paralympic gold medalistLee Pearson’s horse Gentleman.

Faye also makes time to paint work that has been inspired from her many solo trips abroad. These trips included a year-long stay in Rome where she set up a studio and studied the work of the great Italian masters. Faye’s work is highly influenced by her travels abroad and explores issues of cultural ethnicity. She endeavors to challenge cultural stereotypes and to separate the individual from the nation, the animal from the breed: an ambition which creates ever more stunning artwork.

In the lead up to the 2012 Olympics, Faye has immersed herself in equestrian art. Focusing specifically on the internal presence of her subjects, she has created some truly exquisite equestrian pieces.

An ambassador for art in education, Faye has worked on a variety of educational creative projects within the community, most recently securing a Gold Art OFSTED award for one on the largest schools in the South, the highest award possible, which is renowned for being very difficult to attain.

Faye also supports the Rose Road Association for disabled children.

Faye Nasser-Joley