Published: 14:37, 18 November 2020
| Updated: 14:50, 18 November 2020
A 3D viewing room is helping an artist to hold a virtual exhibition.
Stephanie Fuller from Deal is inviting people to view her latest set of works, inspired by touch and her own experience of Covid-19, by virtually navigating the exhibition via her website.
The experience is designed to make people feel like they are walking through an art gallery. A pre recorded virtual tour is also available.
To go live next Wednesday, November 25, the exhibition features 34 small and large watercolour paintings on paper inspired by the theme of touch.
Each painting celebrates life, touch, hope and the desire for a place of serenity.
The 58-year-old artist who has more than 40 years experience in the field says the works also represent her changing perspective on life having survived coronavirus.
She said: "These paintings were created before, during and after my experience of having the virus and the mind altering effects that it has on one's consciousness.
"It is my belief that the virus has changed the way that I see and create.
"My art is inspired by the connection to nature we all feel; our internal place of peace, where we can escape in times of difficulty and trauma.
"In my Touch painting series, I celebrate the small beautiful moments in life when we look up at a cloud or the sky and for a moment forget everything and take in the wonder of the natural world."
Ms Fuller is is known for her large scale paintings of the sea and its creatures.
She has exhibited internationally and moved back to the UK last year after living in Australia and California for 25 years.
Her home studio is located in a smuggler’s cottage, close to the seafront in Deal.
View The Touch Series via stephaniefullerartist.com or on her Instagram page of the same name from next week.