Meet the artist…

I am a 24 year old, Ugandan British female clay sculpt artist. The pieces I create focuses on your five senses, a concept that came from a coping mechanism I was asked to use by my therapist,  however, I put my own stamp on.

Using air dry clay, spray paint and epoxy resin to present quirky, feel good, visual representation of the relationship between one and their senses as well as how it can contribute to your mental well-being. 

Purple Lip Clay and Resin Art Deco Sculpture 

This is a sexy addition to the Five Senses Collection.  The relationship between touch and taste creates a sensual sensation that had to be brought to life! 

The colourway for this piece is Mellow Attitude, which was produced using spray paint and acrylic paint for the final details. The finish is epoxy resin, for shine and protection.

Orange Clay and Resin Art Deco Sculpture

This is a quirky addition to my five senses collection. The human eye picks up on so much the world has to offer, the colours, the texture and details. We are really just walking eyeballs in our own bubbles figuring out reality.


The colourway for this piece is Mars Citrus, which was produced using spray paint and acrylic paint for the final details. The finish is epoxy resin, for shine and protection.

Quirky Orange Head Clay and Resin Art Deco Incense Burner and Sculpture


This piece brightens up my day wherever it’s placed in the home. It’s  different from the rest, as I feel it’s the most subtle out of all of the other sculptures in my Five Senses Collection. This piece plays on sight and touch, but internal touch. It makes you feel something on the inside without physically touching the sculpture.

The colourway for this piece is Mars Citrus, which was produced using spray paint and acrylic paint for the final details. The finish is epoxy resin, for shine and protection.

 This collection means a lot to me, these sculptures have helped me to stay focused as well as present in a world that has so much going on. Art means different things to every individual who comes in connection with it, which is why I feel it’s so important to share my story. Each sculpture is a representation of an emotion I was feeling, whether it’s in the textures or colour-way. The goal is for my work to make the audience awaken their senses and truly feel something.

You can find more of Graces’s work at her Instagram: @graceblessingart

Art Space Gallery

#LISTENFestival