by Stuart McBratney in New Art on Monday 22 April 2013

Dreamy and playful, with a touch of melancholy Jo Dyer’s work would feel equally at home in a children’s book or a West End gallery. Like a child lost in a shopping mall, the wide eyes and kaleidoscopic palette paint a fragile beauty. You’ll see her work in fashion magazines and on cd covers, and in her early days it once adorned faces at kids’ parties. Shame to picture it scrubbed off by bedtime.