Sheila's activistic side can be seen in her Arty Scenes collection - consisting of wearable art that she started creating years ago using waste or items that washed ashore, with the intent of making a statement about pollution.
Today, she expresses herself through many of her individual smaller art works through which she shares childhood memories, or pays homage to the raw and natural beauty of our planet - often using more precious materials. These wearable art pieces also tackle less popular subjects, like animal abuse, pollution, and machismo - amongst other things.
This sharp social criticism comes with a touch of humour, hence the name of the collection - Art(y) Scenes, a tounge-in-cheek reference to the question: what is the meaning of Art nowadays?
If you would like to find out more about any of these Art Works, please contact her.