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Joyce Treasure
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  • London
  • United Kingdom
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Joyce Treasure street art name joy2see.

Joyce’s work often looks at identity and heritage working in layers and body forms to slice cultural and iconic imagery together using collage, print and acrylic. You will be able to find familiar monochrome Afrocentric prints and subversive artwork that sometimes appropriates the queen’s image, usually by making her black or giving the image an African layer to represent colonialism and also an extension of her own British and Jamaican heritage.

The hummingbird is her totem animal and it occasionally appears in paintings to portray the lightness of life and presence, as well as being the national bird of Jamaica.

Twiiter: @joycetreasure
instagram @joycetreasure
https://www.facebook.com/treasurejoyce
Website :
http://www.joycetreasure.co.uk
Occupation:
Artist
Band Question - Record label:
Major, Indie, DIY, Self-Distro

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Fifty Guinea Scarf

Posted on November 10, 2016 at 8:00am 0 Comments

Introducing the FIFTY GUINEA SCARF. A limited edition accessory designed by artist Joyce Treasure.

Only fifty of these first-class scarves will be made, as part of the Black Money Collective series; a small body of prints, original artworks and accessories that create a new narratives…

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Listening by Joyce Treasure

Posted on November 2, 2016 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

"Listening" is a mixed media piece by Joyce Treasure.

42cm x 50cm

Charcoal, ink, dictionary pages, postage stamps.

Every seed has heard and our hearts never seize to love every single one of you.

Dancing…

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Coincide

Posted on May 25, 2016 at 6:30am 0 Comments

Mixed media piece "Coincide" depicts an image of Queen Nanny of the Maroons. She has in her hand an abeng horn and is communicating to Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Nanny was born around 1686 and became leader of the Jamaican Maroons alongside her …

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Going Cold Turkey

Posted on February 9, 2016 at 6:45am 0 Comments

So it would seems that Beyonce’s “Formation” video has caused a stir amongst the fragile White culture, sorry I mean the ‘this is an anti-police video’ crew.

Republican, Peter King even went so far to say on twitter, “Beyoncé Formation video & #SB50  act was anti-police, shameful.…

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