Denise Fitzsimmons is a newcomer to the world of art, arriving in 2014 with artwork designed to touch your heart and speak to your soul. Postponing her career in the TV/Events Industry to follow her natural creative instincts, she is now embarking on a Degree in Graphic Design and starting her own business A Dash of Dee Illustration and Design. She has already signed a contract to have her artwork exhibit in Richmond Virginia USA for July 2016, and some of her artwork can now be purchased as greetings cards in the beautiful interior home decor shop Asha’s in the sleepy market town of Oundle with prints of her work now available for sale on EN1 Prints.


Dee is inspired by life events, colours, emotions and drawn to the creative world. She adores art, music, theatre, fashion, dance, architecture and design and is always on the look out for visual stimulation, be that a piece of art or a business logo, she is looking at how it could be changed and is intrigued by the psychology behind the image.

Her oil pencil drawings are often described to her as being innocent, beautiful and romantic. She enjoys drawing pictures that evoke emotions or questions. All her work has a girlie feminine touch and she has a unique gift of drawing a picture that captures the emotions, life events and emotional strength of her private commissioners.

Dee is originally from a small Scottish town called Stranraer and now lives in Oundle with her partner Ash, their daughter Lola and cat Solo. She also has an older son Kerr who now lives in Scotland with his partner Jayde and their son Brodie.

Be it work, rest or play, Dee is at her happiest with a pencil in her hand.


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Please visit the Artist Collection shop to view the eye-catching collection.


Dee Fitzsimmons



At Jacqui Joseph Designs we are so thrilled to welcome Dee to the Artist Collection, her works are stunning, thought provoking and magical. We begin the journey with a truly outstanding piece, which we have entitled La Bouche…we hope more will follow.