Jennifer Camilleri is a painter of naive art based in London, UK. Originally looking to follow a career path in Art Therapy, she began working on various public art projects in schools and hospitals as a mural artist, also running art workshops. She chose to return to her love of painting and began to exhibit her work all over the UK and abroad with works now held in a number of collections.
Left to right - Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust mural in the family waiting area, Southbank Centre Festival of Neighbourhood children's Adobe hut, St Anne's Hospital collage workshop, Wokingham Town Council pillar painting project.
Her acrylic works of art are a colourful journey into the imagination digging into her inner child. A natural labyrinth of creatures and peculiar beings composing a garden of existence. In the words of Jean Cocteau:
"Art is a marriage of the conscious and the unconscious"