Celebrating digital connection in Covid times this painting is one of two vibrant portraits featuring women hundreds of miles apart and connected through #jointhepatternparty on Instagram. The portraits are based on selfie photography posted to Instagram as part of the #jointhepatternparty challenge and through colour, line, text and layout the art emphasises the positive connection between the two women. The paintings feature the Isle of Man’s Ruby Biscoe-Taylor from the band Biskee Brisht and London based Léonie Flower from Léonie Flower Studio. Co-creators Léonie Flower and Victoria Tojeiro Gonzales started the #jointhepatternparty Instagram challenge during the first lockdown in 2020, more information can be found on their website: www.jointhepatternparty.com. If you’re interested in fine art prints of this piece, please get in contact for more details. This painting is part of the ‘Finding the Good’ project which celebrates positives found during Covid times and is supported by the Isle of Man Arts Council.


20 cm (w) x 25 cm (h) x 4 cm (d) approximately, paint on stretched canvas