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Eden Mullane is a Norfolk-based artist, heavily influenced by her multicultural British-Caribbean Heritage. Often, she explores her Jamaican cultural roots through bold colour and lush landscapes, sharing an authentic glimpse into her rich cultural narrative. 

As a descendant of the Windrush Generation and having often visited Jamaica as a child, Eden often taps into these experiences through her work. Her notable piece titled ‘A Vista from Port Antonio’ which featured in Sky Arts: Landscape Artist of the Year and BBC News, celebrated the raw beauty of her heritage on a panoramic scale. 

Eden graduated with a First Class Honours in Textiles: Innovation & Design in 2019, where she explored translating her passion for Art into fabrics for Interiors.  After graduating, her plans of a graduate design role in London were halted due to the pandemic. It was during this time she honed her artistic practise further and  began to share her artwork online. Eden now works from her studio in the heart of Norwich as a full-time artist.


Eden has since exhibited in numerous Solo and Group Shows and has an international collector base in the USA, Asia, Brazil and Europe. 


As seen on


Norfolk artist 'takes the leap' to launch career during pandemic - BBC News

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