Art and photography inspired by journeys around the world
Meet Ali Dunnell the artist behind Travels with my Art
Ali Dunnell is an artist, photographer and teacher who travels the world recording images of people and life in sketchbooks, canvases and online. Never without a camera or pen and paper, Ali uses her day-to-day experiences and travel journals as inspiration for her artwork. Ali is currently living in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, with her husband and three children, where she teaches English and Art and helps with teacher training. Her designs, which are created by combining paint with textiles and photography, have been exhibited internationally, and she has thousands of follows of her art via twitter, Instagram and her blog.
Wing-mirror portrait in the Atacama Desert, Bolivia
Safari car wing-mirror selfie in the Ngorogoro Crater, Tanzania.
Ali sketching in her journal in Cuba, Havana
Piki piki wing-mirror selfie in Kigali, Rwanda
Self portrait in my Mexican lizard mirror
Frida, Ali, Lottie, Mark and Leon on the edge of the Ngorogoro Crater.
Self Portrait with my very handsome cat, Brzeska.
Ali on one of her first adventures, interrailing around Europe, coincidentally reading Graham Greene’s ‘Travels with my Aunt’
Shop-window selfie, with Russian dolls, in Moscow
Shop front window selfie in Stockholm, Sweden.
Dunnell Family shadows on Matemwe Beach in Zanzibar, Tanzania
My reflection in Colin Rose’s “Rain” sculpture in Sheffield’s Millennium Square, England