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I love to create artworks on canvas using acrylic paint and ink/paint pens.

I get lost in the details with some of my larger works taking up to 40 hours per piece.

All the markings in my works come about organically. No planning is involved in the patterns. Each and every line, dot, shape etc just happens without thinking. Art is how I curb my overthinking so intense planning destroys the process for me. It is instinctual.

I do consider commissions but given the way I work I need to be trusted to create works with minimal direction as I feel that this is how I produce my best artwork.



Here is a small selection of my larger canvas pieces that are currently for sale-


Fashionable Trio-

Acrylic and ink on canvas

60 x 90 cm



Fashionable trio canvas painting by Antayjo Art


The F words-

Acrylic and ink on canvas (gloss finish)

100cm x 100cm



The F Words canvas painting by Antayjo Art


The Eye on the prize-

Acrylic and Ink on canvas

60cm x 90cm



Eye on the prize canvas painting by Antayjo Art 


Fashion “I”con- 

Acrylic, ink and thrifted beads on canvas (gloss finish)

60cm x 90cm 



Fashion Icon canvas artwork by Antayjo Art 


If you would like to enquire about purchasing a large canvas artwork you can reach me HERE regarding price, postage costs and any other information that you may require. Additional photos can be provided on request or can be viewed on my social media.


* Artwork can be listed and paid for through this website on request.


Please note that there are more examples of my traditional artwork both personal and past commissioned work on my social media for viewing as well as artwork that may be for sale but not listed on my website.


Click the link HERE to navigate to my Instagram page.


FUN FACT- I actually started being open to taking on commission work in 2019 after I posted this photo on social media of Em Rusciano and her son Elio. (A personal canvas painting i felt compelled to create, which she saw and reposted to her social media.) Although I started dabbling in art toward the end of 2017 it wasn’t until 2019 that I started to seriously consider putting time into creating again. I had not been actively back into creating art for long at this point and it gave me the confidence I needed to really start believing in my ability again after leaving art behind for the best part of twenty years! Although i put my art goals on hold throughout 2020 and nearly all of 2021 by closing my website and focusing on family, health and upskilling to offer digital surface design I do plan to consider canvas artwork by commission from 2022 and beyond if time permits. 


*Please excuse the image quality as I lost a great deal of images a few years ago from storage and only had a low quality image of this one that had been posted to Instagram. I still wanted to share it as it meant a lot to me and changed my mindset at the time.