Aimee Willcock grew up in Nottinghamshire and earned a BA in Fine Art from Loughborough…
Marylouise Delaney just loves food; growing, cooking, eating (sometimes photographing in Lidl) and painting food. From necessity to sensuality, food is central to our very being, but there is a profound beauty within the modest vegetable, fruit or dish which is often overlooked. Painting is her reverence to the humble ingredients which sustain us and a celebration of The Joy of Food.
Marylouise is a nurse by night, painter and gardener by day and a parent 24/7, all of which require observance, thought and creativity. She paints in her kitchen when the house is quiet and spills into a world of colour, detail and uninterrupted thought where she is simultaneously lost and found. She likes to think that when you look at one of the paintings for a length of time, you might enjoy sharing this experience.
Marylouise has lived in Falmouth since 2010 and has a BA Hons Art for Community from Roehampton University and and MA in Three Dimensional Design from Surrey Institute.