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MANDII POPE: (b. Amanda Grace Pope 1977)

Kiwi Artist Mandii Pope exhibits in Europe, Dubai and the UK, including a significant solo exhibition in Cork Street London. Many works are in private and commercial collections all over the world. Mandii recently completed a large series of commercial spin paintings for numerous prestigious business centres in the city of London.

Mandii has close links with many charities often donating works to fundraise for various causes around the globe including “Hospices of Hope” a Hospice in Brasov Romania, Cancer fundraisers, Grief support, Stem cell treatment and Autism. 

Most recently have been x5 Expat Earthquake Fundraising events for loved ones back in Christchurch New Zealand, Bagpuss design for the

Virgin London Marathon and a 15ft Big Ben BT Artbox for Childline's 25th Anniversary and live art, painting Buckingham Palace for King Edward VII Hospital.

Her style is versatile, with a variety of styles to cater to different sides of her character such as Cityscapes, Beach Landscapes, Nudes, Fantasy, Pop Art, Abstract, Spin Art with a touch of 80s retro Kiwiana patriotism. The Cityscapes and Beach landscapes are usually somewhere personally visited, the Nudes and Fantasy Art help keep up her technical skills; the Abstracts and Spin Art are emotive – relating to current affairs and the Kiwiana is a bit of fun for the expats who miss home.

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