I'm now showing my paintings and prints in Cafe's, Bars and Resturants across the South of England. I love people coming across my work by chance and hopefully being delighted by them.
To show my paintings in your cafè or restaurant
please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
20th March 2018 Boston Tea Party
Park Street Bristol
Date to be confirmed Pop up Exhibition
May be May 2018 The Galleries, Broardmead
Date to be confirmed Turls Street Kitchen
September 2018 Oxford
August 2019 Durlston Contry Park
2017 Oct 2nd - Nov 14th The Tabacco Factory
2016 Sept - October Dulston Country Park
March - November Broomhill Art Hotel
9th August - 20th Sept Bridport Arts Centre
Exhibitions in pictures
2018 20th March... Boston Tea Party, Park St, Bristol
2017 Oct 2nd - Nov 14th The Tobacco Factory
In the Sung at the Tobacco Factory
2016 Sep - October Dulston Country Park
Greta and Zennor
Broomhill Art Hotel
2015 March - November
2015 June - September Flirt Café Bar
September - November Pop up Gallery Group Exhibition
Bridport Art Centre
2014 August - September Three Generations.
Wendy Hessy and Claire Ore
2012 Aardman Animations Studio
October Group Show
2011 Aardman Animations Studio
October Group Show
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Hi Zennor, I love your work, it's somewhere between Salvador Dali and Berrel Cook. Kirsten
You paint animals to show us humans how stupid we are.
We love your work, combining the funny, bizarre and at the same time highlighting the very real issues humankind is dealing with right now. We first saw your work this summer at Broomhill Art Hotel in Devon and the whole family loved it.
Anne and Ivor
Zennor paints what I dream. Her works scream that they've escaped from a child's secret and hugely vivid imagination. Box has bottled up that childhood enthusiasm only to release at a later date. Her paintings combine colour, animals and fantasy - ingredients that can only be successfully combined by the most creative of artists.
Dewey 'Here comes the Art'
just a note to tell you how much I love your work. You use contrast so effectively; contrast between the figures and the settings, between innocence and threat, beween the noble and the ridiculous, the familiar and the unexpected, to highlight the predicaments, beauty, grace and folly of the human experience. Thanks. Keep at it. Love. W.
Dear Zennor Box
I found your cards whilst i was on holiday next to some (boring) post cards (with seagulls on). I was been chosing cards to mach my new room when we move house in 2 and a half weeks and my pocket money was restricted after spending all my phone credit in a week!
I could'nt decide, all your paintings so brilliant! They gave me hope that artists dont just paint real things like a flower pot or a fluffy dog.
I bought two cards: Love at first sight and calm before the storm. I cant wait to frame them (with hand made foil frames!). I was saying how much you are an infulence to me and how such simple things like a conversation could be painted!
Thank you for reading this,
Lots of love, Daisy
P.S; i watched spirited away to!! What was the moral of that story? Dont take a short cut. Or move house. Oh dear.
I just wanted to let you know how much your painting "Don't work too hard" makes me smile. I bought the card a while back, and haven't been able to hand it over to anyone else (I have managed to buy and actually give as greeting cards "where the wishes go" and "by the light of the moon" - twice!) so have today put it up on my desk at work where it is in good company along side my "Going to Work" Lowry postcard,
I bought two of your christmas cards today, Duck Dog & The Carol Singers. I went in the shop in York looking for a wedding card but these made me laugh out load, several times. Absolutely brilliant. Came home and checked out your website. I'm even more of a fan now that I know its wrapped in starch based packaging. This is great stuff. Keep it up. I will spread the word. All the best,
I love your paintings and enjoyed reading your story of triumph. I have been trying to get into the greetings card industry, and you have inspired me to keep trying. If you have any tips I would love to hear them.
Angela, BA Hons, mother of 2, Essex
I love your work, love the gentle humour. 'Don't work too hard'
made me laugh out loud. Going to put the card on my desk at work to
make me smile.
I love your paintings, especially No Sudden Moves and Michael (although
really I love them all)
Just a quick note to say I really like the paintings! I like the
"world" and I think it is very original and unlike anything else (which
is very hard to achieve!). Sweet and odd, cosy and subversive all at
the same time.
Best Wishes, xxx Sara
Wonderful Zennor...and very much appreciated. I love the ethereal
quality of your work...it brings out the child within and takes me to a
time and a place of innocence now long lost.
I hope to hand it down to my son one day and until then time I'll
enjoy telling him stories about Piglings. Warmest wishes, James
The cards arrived this morning, thank you
for such a good service.
I originally bought the Go Bear card &
discovered your website on the back & am very glad I did, love them all!
I’ll spread the word about you so
hopefully you’ll get more orders via me.
Its fantastic that DreamWorks and Arrdman Animation have granted me permission to display the Wallace & Gromit concept paintings I did for them in 2002/3.