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I’ve worked with Salina on a number of bespoke commercial art projects, and it’s always been a pleasure. Her stunning designs sell themselves, and her attention to detail ensures the client is delighted with the finished result.
Kirsty Smith, Art Consultant & Managing Director of Paint Stop Limited
We are delighted with our commemorative art sculpture. The children thoroughly enjoyed their workshops with Salina, and the final piece brings together their many contributions with coherence and style.
Julie Hollis, The Blue Coat School, Oldham, Lancashire
We first met Salina when she approached us to do some anodising on a project for an exhibition in Barcelona. Having seen the quality of the work she undertook, we commissioned a piece to hang in our newly completed reception area. A piece of art made of anodised aluminium was obviously ideal for ourselves and has been a source of pleasure for staff, customers and visitors over the years.
We have worked with Salina on many art projects for both the private and public sectors and have always taken an interest in her work. We have always been delighted with the finished results. We have commissioned further pieces ourselves, which have been a pleasure to work on and to own.
Jonathan Buckley, Colour Anodising Ltd
Salina is an artist you can rely on. She delivers as agreed in a manner appropriate to the people with whom she works. Her workshops are engaging and fun and the beautiful art work produced always amazes those who contributed.
Christine Stringfellow, Circles of Light – Fylde, Lancashire
Artist Salina Somalya was selected by a group of NHS staff and arts professionals during a partnership project at Teddington Health and Social Care Centre. At all stages of the project, from design brief to final installation, Salina was consistently professional, reliable and a pleasure to work with. Her approach to the project was dynamic and refreshing and the final artwork stunning and continues to be a pleasure to users of the NHS centre.
During the process she re-jigged the designs at least two times on our request and produced images of the work in-situ, which were very helpful for my clients. She provided a thorough description of how she made the work and the materials used, so I could accurately explain her approach to the clients. The final pieces worked harmoniously with the space and use images of the local wildlife to produce metalwork that was contemporary, fresh and well-made.
Betsy Lewis-Holmes, The Arts Service at Orleans House Gallery