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Trulittle Creative Hero (7-11)
Angelina Wright (Aged: 10 years)
Angelina creates original art designs for her youtube channel (Lily Mlp Edits). She also creates digital art in her free time.
Trulittle Creative Hero (12-17)
Tayyib Chaudhry (Aged: 14 years)
Tayyib has been passionate about art since he was 4. He attends a weekly art studio and is currently working toward his silver arts award. He draws whenever he has free time and has already started his GCSE Art. He is homeschooled and wants to pursue a career in Art. After his exhibition in Slough this year, he has been approached by two people who want to buy his art work.
Tayyib has always had a passion for art and showed high levels of creativity from a young age. He has spent working on his art style and experimented with a wide range of media. In February 2022 he exhibited his work in The Observatory, Slough for his Discover Arts Award and in July 2022 he exhibited again for his Bronze level Arts award. He has a love of anime and draws manga characters in his spare time. He has started his GCS Art portfolio and is already being predicted a grade 9.
I have reviews/feedback for his art exhibitions which I can share with you (his art teacher currently has them).
You can see his instagram account here: https://www.instagram.com/tc_beastmaster/?hl=en
Anaya Crosdale (Aged: 14 years)
Anaya is a young lady who always strives to do her absolute best in everything she does. She has many talents, but in particular she is an artist and a grade A student in maths and English. As such, firstly during the height of the pandemic, Anaya took to concentrating on her art work as a coping mechanism, which then turned into a message of encouragement for young and old.
She began to develop her pieces and incorporate positive messages on her work as well as inspirational quotes and scriptures from her faith. Anaya began to advertise and post her work and quickly started receiving enquiries about buying her art work and even receiving messages for commissioned work. Thus, Art by Anaya was launched.
More recently, over the summer and after Anaya realising that her younger siblings needed extra support in English and Maths, she decided that she would be the one to support them and dedicated time everyday to tutor them. Much to the family's happiness, her siblings have improved. This then prompted Anaya to start Anaya's Tutoring services for primary school children. She now offers this service to children of friends and family.
Anaya also found art as her safe space after enduring spinal surgery during the same time. Art gave her a challenge to be able to sit upright for a sustained period of time in her recovery process