Hizze Fletcher was born in Sheffield, England in 1965. Her childhood was marked by the colourful explosion of American music and cultural influences that dominated English society in the 60's and 70's. This early influence of 20th century American art and iconic imagery, combined with an upbringing inspired by strong females such as Madonna, magazines such as The Face and ID, and a passion for fashion, come together to create work that is bold, expressive, textured and graphical.
Hizze's early artistic influences include Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, Jean Michel Basquiat, Niki de Saint Phalle and Jackson Pollock. She became involved in the beginnings of the House music scene in London after graduating from art school in 1989 and has gone on to work in events production for over 20 years, doing arts production for clubs, fashion shows, exhibitions, theme parties and television. Her work has involved her with the likes of Vivienne Westwood, Sony Music, Warner Brothers and MTV to name a few. Hizze also worked for a number of years as a commercial mosaic artist in London, producing designs for restaurants, bars and home interiors and was featured on BBC Gardening Neighbours in 1999.
In 2006 Hizze formed Thirteen Art Productions in Brighton and has gone on to conceptualise and produce a number of group-art exhibitions and events, most notably 100 Artists for World Aids Day in 2008-2013, The Underground Open House Art Movement and the flagship exhibitions for Brighton Pride Arts & Film Festival 2013-14. Hizze regularly contributes to charity via her events and has recently been appointed as an Independent Panel Member for The Rainbow Fund, a grant giving fund for LGBT/HIV community groups in Brighton & Hove.
Hizze has been pursuing her love of art since 2002, exhibiting in Spain, London and Brighton.
ARTWORK FOR SALE
'BOOM SKATEDECK LAMP'