Mayfair – Robi Walters
A London-based artist who transforms discarded materials such as discarded packaging, household items, broken vinyls and more into beautiful works of art. His mesmerising, colourful collages have attracted celebrity collectors.
Robi’s artistic practice echoes his own life. The process of taking discarded objects and making them beautiful and ‘wanted’ reflects the spirit of transformation with which he has turned his own life around. He has opened his own studio and gallery in Soho and continues to break past his own boundaries to make his dreams reality.
To celebrate COYA’s 10-year anniversary, each COYA across the globe has collaborated with local artists to decorate 10 glass pisco jars in honour of our landmark birthday. All pisco jars are displayed around each COYA for guests to enjoy. COYA Mayfair collaborated with Charlotte Posner famous for her fun pop dolls, Scottish-based artist Maggie Sadullah, who is passionate about emotional art and interfacing colours and self-taught London based artist matt Griff.
To celebrate COYA’s 10-year anniversary, each COYA across the globe has collaborated with local artists to decorate 10 glass pisco jars in honour of our landmark birthday. All pisco jars are displayed around each COYA for guests to enjoy. Having opened earlier in 2022, COYA Riyadh has collaborated with several renowned Saudi artists. This includes Shrouq Bint Fahad, specialising in photography and art therapy, and multidisciplinary designer Danya Bayoumi, who favours bold and quirky patterns, colours and materials. Other artists include; narrative painter Nora Alsaud, passionate doodle expert Abdulmohsen Al Rowais, surrealistic graphic designer Lama Ismail who is the only artist to decorate from the inside and Jeddah-based artist Yara Bana, who is inspired by the rich local culture of her country.
A professional art tutor from Edinburgh, to discover Maggie’s Peruvian-inspired paintings as well as her Peruvian artistic workings on COYA’s authentic Pisco Jars .
All pieces are available for purchase and will be on display until January
Victoire’s paintings are inspired by the fragility of joyful movements and express celebrations of life and its vibrant mystery. This exhibition saw pieces inspired by Victoire’s travels around the Greek Islands. From the very arid landscapes to the small souvenir shops, all of which have so many meaningful symbols, textured floors and shapes that have influenced my work.