A modern day myth of an iridescent girl captivated with expressing her creative shimmer to the world. Unbeknownst to her the skins she shed an no longer needed made their way into the oceans 🌊 here they impersonated the most beautiful iridescent inhabitants, the jellyfish.

Moiria – Sisters of fate

Clotho, Lachesis and Atropos

They controlled the mother thread of life of every mortal from birth to death. They were independent, at the helm of necessity, directed fate, and watched that the fate assigned to every being by eternal laws might take its course without obstruction. Both gods and men had to submit to them.


Needed now more than ever the bee warrior
It took more than 3000 sequins to make her into her strong spangling self
Melissa the nymph who discovered honey. She was of the nymphic nurses of Zeus, sister to Amalthea, she fed Zeus honey instead of milk.

A Portrait of a kneeling Black woman on a purple floor with a mint green background


‘Willow’ ‘Willow’ Willow is based on a picture of Willow Smith that really inspired me, her pose was so introvert a perfect example of someone who is at peace in their own space. I wanted to focus on different paint textures and patterns. 130x90cm £1,320

Surya de Wit at her 2018 exhibition at the Elizabeth James Gallery

Exhibitions 2018

‘Figuratively speaking’ A group exhibition of figurative artist at Elizabeth James Gallery in London Walthamstow Village Window Gallery ‘Summer Show’ My painting ‘Angelica gets Swept Away’ will be shown as a part of the Summer Show at Walthamstow Village Window Galler Warped threads: Solo exhibition at Kiosko Gallery 15 March- 5 April 2018 :// A […]

Surya de Wit at her 2017 exhibition at the Ugly Duck

Exhibitions 2017

Exhibitions June 2017 – ‘Game face’ Sweet art group exhibition at Tanner Street Gallery, London ‘Family ties’ group exhibition Wynwood art district cafe Walthamstow, London 28th of May – 6th of July ‘Icon’ group exhibition Wynwood art district cafe Walthamstow, London, 16th of March – 13th of April 2017   ‘T’ART’ Sweet art group exhibition […]