• About

    Lives in Lincolnshire, works as Academic Programme Manager at Art Academy London

    ‘The one thing I have always been able to do, is eat.’

    Kunzi recalls key moments in her life based on the meals she has eaten, from the traumatic spinach soup she wasn’t allowed to leave as a child to the apple sauce filled Yorkshire puddings her mother made. The interest of food as memories and the scenes and smells these conjure, led to the creation of the #Mealtickets project, in which she paints ingredients and dishes on a miniature scale within a vintage ticket. Studioless and wandering, she carries her watercolour ‘studio’ in her bag, settling at opportune times and places, inviting a public audience. Simple, accessible and covetable, their diminutive size belies their mischievous nature. 

  • Exhibitions

    Sunday Times Watercolour Competition, Mall Galleries, London September 2019

    Wales Contemporary Competition, Waterfront Gallery October 2019 & Mall Galleries November 2019

    Collective Possibilities, Former Newington Library, London 2018

    Discovering Cities - A Sensory Excavation of Sheffield, The Holt, Sheffield 2017

    7 at 4, Four Space, London 2016

    Mermaid Court, The Art Academy, London 2015

    Drawing in Conversation, Islington Arts Factory, London 2014

    If I Had a Heart, Six Gallery, Bournemouth 2013

    The Jerwood Drawing Prize, Jerwood Space, London, Jerwood Gallery, Hastings and mac, Birmingham 2012 

    The Contemporary Eye, The InQbate Space, Brighton 2011

    Fragments, NUCA Student Gallery, Norwich 2011

    Residues and Atrocities, Wimbledon College of Art, London 2010


    Graduate Programme, The Art Academy, 2015 & 2017

    BA (Hons) Fine Art: Painting, Wimbledon College of Art, 2009-2012

    Foundation Diploma in Art & Design, Lincoln College, 2007

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