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Lady Phyll Opoku-Gyimah

Lady Phyll Opoku-Gyimah

London UK

I’m completely overwhelmed, bold over with what I’m reading, the painting I have seen, and the word that you’ve produced, and I am really, really proud.
I love how you are changing perceptions through art, and showing so much love, gratitude and hope through your work.


Phyll Opoku-Gyimah co-founder of
UK Black Pride –London United Kingdom

Inga Viola Wolf

Inga Viola Wolf

London UK

Inga's Father wrote: “What an emotional moment, what an overwhelming encounter when we saw our son Christopher for the first time as a grown-up. Thank you, Karin, we will never lose him again, and he will always be there when we look at our daughter or talk about her.

Inga wrote: “I had always wondered what my twin brother Christopher Manuel would look like. I never saw a picture of my brother. When I saw Karin's portrait my heart skipped a beat. There he was! Thank you, Karin, for creating this very special piece of art!"

Inga Viola Wolf

L. Murrell

L. Murrell

London UK

What can I say about Karin’s portrait of my family? Basically, she gave me back my father, who I lost last year. Karin managed to capture my dad’s sense of humour, love for his family and mischievous character. She gave me a portrait that not only looks like my dad, but also makes me feel he is with me every time I look at it.

Karin is an amazing artist. She kept me informed during the whole project. Her attention to detail is impeccable, and it is obvious to all who see the portrait that she put not just her time into it but also her love.

I would recommend Karin to anyone looking for a piece of art. She truly has an amazing gift.

L. Murell

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