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Sissh Art Blog | #Art #WiredArtist

By Christina Lydia

When viewing art for the inaugural collection of The Wire’s Dream, I stumbled upon Sissh’s artwork featured on her Art blog, Sissh Art, and immediately knew this was an artist that I wanted to know more about. Her style is creative and fun, and her artwork spans different subjects. From sketches to calligraphy to abstract digital work, Sissh creates beautiful work that is both colorful and meaningful.

Not only is she an artist but she’s an entrepreneur as well, having established her own shops at Etsy, Red Bubble, and Creative Market. If all this sounds like shameless promotion on my part, you’re correct. Sissh is an artist that I believe is super talented and creative; and, as a ‘wired’ artist featured on The Wire’s Dream Magazine, she automatically qualifies as being part of The Black Lion Journal’s family so shameless promotion on my part it will be (as is for all of this Journal’s current and future contributors and submitters). | Sissh Art Blog

“Watercolours have kind of taken over my life – I paint during my lunchtimes and make time again in the evenings sometimes waking up extra early to fit a little touch up or sketch in. I sketch as often as I can in-between work, chores and life and find it’s a great way to unwind.” | Interview With Sissh

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All images by Sissh from Sissh Art Blog | The Black Lion is a humble interdisciplinary journal that values your voice. Visit the submissions page to learn more about submitting to the Journal’s sections or to The Wire’s Dream Magazine. | Copyright Policy



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