Ella Spira MBE comes from a long line of artistic heritage, including her Grandfather, Emile Spira, a pianist and composer and both her parents who are fine artists; her mother a landscape painter whose work has been exhibited in the Royal West of England Academy, and her father an abstract artist and a Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at University.

Spira’s global landscape paintings and NFT drops continue Sisters Grimm’s mission to produce work that is relevant, driven by social impact, cultural exchange, collaboration, equality, diversity, inclusion & environmental awareness.

Every painting is a celebration of a journey that has seen cultural explorations and musical collaborations. Click here for Makers Place NFT’s.

The artworks are intended to draw awareness to and inspire protection of natural landscapes.

Spira has already captured landscapes of countries including China, France, UAE, Indonesia, Brazil, Lapland, Albania, UK, Russia and Portugal. The UAE series titled ‘50 for 50’ commemorating 50 years of the UAE’s formation, was presented at Dubai Opera as a spectacular immersive Sisters Grimm production called ‘Daughters of the Wind Overture’. The show featured music, live singing and dance as their productions are known for, incorporating the Royal Ballet heritage inherent in the company’s make up.  To read more about ‘Daughters of the Wind Overture’ click here.

For more information on the artist’s catalogue, 3D tour of 50 for 50 at Burj Khalifa music & art studio and filming at Dubai Opera please leave your email below.