Edwina Hicks grew up in the ’60s surrounded by amazing grandeur and style in a beautiful 18th-century house in the heart of Oxfordshire. Her father David Hicks, was a famous interior designer renowned for
his bold, excentric and colourful style, mixing the old with the new to create astonishing effects, and was
a huge influence in her own work.
She moved back to the countryside from London in the mid 90's with her husband at the time, who cleverly converted an old agricultural barn into a wonderful house which Edwina then decorated (above). She began
to make abstract paintings in the old garage which she converted into made a studio space. Her three wonderful children grew up there.
Edwina now lives a very simple lifestyle in a modest house in Oxford (above) filled with her fabric and design work, with her children and partner.