Discussing Elaine's Unique Art & Music

Updated: Mar 12

During the lockdown Elaine Whitesides has re-ignited her enthusiasm for painting, creating a unique range of images. Andy Jervis caught up with Elaine to learn about what motivated her, how she got started, and why she is donating a proportion of her art sales to Mental Health Research UK.


During the conversation Elaine shares images of her work from her website at www.uniqueartbooksmusic.com, and introduces her granddaughter Jasmine and her music, also featured on the site. Make sure you watch to the end to discover a unique rendering by Jasmine of the classic Stranglers track, 'Golden Brown' that gave Andy goosebumps when he heard it.


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