A digital artist who is exhibiting in the Houses of Parliament is now jetting off to display his work in the Middle East for Royalty.
Due to disability, Jason Wilsher Mills, of Sleaford, uses high-resolution iPad files and modern printing to create large artworks about his life, popular culture and social history. He was called upon to create two pieces for display in Westminster Hall during 2015 for the anniversary of Parliament. Now, he is one of four British artists commissioned to exhibit with Shape Arts and The British Council at the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar.
An excited Jason said: “I am flying out on March 16, for the opening of the exhibition on March 19. There is Royalty involved also, with the sister of the King of Qatar involved with the exhibition.”
He said: “It’s a huge opportunity for me to take part in this international exhibition.”