About Maudy Alferink
"I painted on everything when I was a little girl. My mother even let me paint on the windows"
Born in a small farmers town in the Netherlands a little girl was soon to be seen as an extravagant personality.
Her parents gave her all the space in the world to be creative by letting her draw, paint and make crazy clothes and accessories for everybody in the family.
The passion for styling and colours became professional when Maudy studied presentation and communication followed up by fashion styling at the Styling academy Artemis in Amsterdam.
During the academy she started her own clothing label and participated in the tv show "Hollands best fashion designers".
Everything was going as she planned until she was involved in a severe car accident in Londen in 2014.
Nothing was going to be the same again.
From this moment on she traded the fashion world for physical and neurological rehab. Due to her positive spirit she insisted in staying creative. Because of the temporary wheelchair painting was a good option.
She never planned to make it her profession but her talent and willpower gave her new life a boost in a way that nobody expected.
Within three years her realistic fashionable paintings and prints where selling worldwide.
Soon she was organising photoshoots with models and make up artists to use as a reference to her paintings.
Today she is dedicated to show people her vision on the world with high quality and edgy realistic oilpaintings.