Joy Osman’s artworks possess an alluring beauty that is conveyed through a wide range of expressive channels. She captures the viewer through her unique creative vision and imagination, inviting the observer to ponder and reflect while the eye meanders through layers of rich hues and soft lines.
International Confederation of Art Critcs
Joy Osman, Fine artist, was born in East London and trained at Chelsea School of Art. She has worked as a professional artist in many areas of art and design. Her abstracts take their inspiration from jazz and classical music, while museums, dreams and myth are often the starting point for her charcoal and pastel drawings. Joy has a permanent solo exhibition of her work at the new Watford School of Music, designed by the award winning architect Tim Ronalds.
A former lecturer in Life Drawing and Painting, Joy is also an experienced art coach and mentor. Helping people with creative difficulties led her to create her 'Art for the Soul' workshops. This year, Joy's work has been selected by the Museo d'Arte of Chianciano and the Gagliardi Gallery, to be exhibited at the Chianciano Biennale in Tuscany, in August. Her work will also feature in the Official Saatchi Museum Magazine.