Jo Peel has her very own imitable style, using acrylics and spray paint she confidently creates a dialogue by accurately recording the urban landscape in front of her. By leaving in the elements of construction and decay each exquisitely detailed painting carries rawness and reality that pin points a moment in time with an inviting warm and nostalgic feel.
Peel is also a serious contender in the Urban Contemporary scene and a member of the internationally renowned Scrawl Collective, regularly being commissioned to paint huge exterior street works. She has an ever-increasing set of collectors from around the globe having successfully shown in London, Japan, New York and Hong Kong.
Peel’s work ranges from drawings, paintings, sculpture and print to large scale murals and animations, using buildings as a canvas on which to create site-specific pieces.
Peel has been commissioned by Chanel, Tom Conran, Hoxton Hotel, Honest Entertainment and Shaun Clarkson ID amongst others to create large scale artworks. Her distinctive line drawings find beauty in scenes of urban decay and construction.