Super Artists

Each & every one of our Super Artists are volunteers who donate their time and talent to create Supershoes for children fighting cancer.

Super Artist - Callie


Always been an arts and crafts girl and studied Visual Arts at university. Now focuses on body and face painting but still love to do all things crafty including painting, mixed media work and photograpy.

“The reason I signed up to be a Super Artist at Supershoes is to bring a little bit of sunshine to those who deserve it.”

Super Artist - caroline


Supershoes is a great way for Caroline to output her creativity due to sitting at a screen all day working as a projection designer for theme parks.

“It feels great to know something that helps me  relax can have such an impact on the Super  children that receive the shoes and help them get through some tough times”

Super Artist - Caroline


Caroline is a support worker who works with the elderly and adults with learning disabilities. She also has a 4 year old daughter who is autistic.

“I love being a super artist! It gives me such a warm feeling knowing that the shoes make every child who receives them so happy. I know first hand how special these shoes are to all the children and being a part of that is amazing. I feel so lucky to be a part of the team!”

Super Artist - Cat


A full-time artist who now teaches & judges body art after winning UK Face Painter of the Year

“As a mum of two, my heart goes out to the families receiving these shoes and I always hope they bring a smile to every child's face”

Super Artist - Catherine


A photographer by trade who loves reminding our super children how special they are by creating Supershoes.

“It's a really special thing to know I'm creating something for a really brave child who is going through such a tough journey”

Super Artist - Catherine


Works as an artist painting canvases, bags and cakes. Also runs a small business supplying recycling bags for homes and schools.

“Knowing that something I painted has brought a smile to the face of a really poorly child makes me feel very honoured”

Super Artist - Chantelle


Chantelle lives with her Husband, Daughter and a house full of animals including three miniature schnauzers, Digby, Dizzy Rascal and Miley. She works at a school and volunteers at a community farm. Chantelle has always been into anything arty, such as cartoon drawing, painting scenery, customising model horses, making miniature bears, face painting and nail art.

“I wanted to use my spare time and creativity to do good and send some happy vibes to brave youngsters. It’s a pleasure being part of the Supershoe Team”

Super Artist - Charlotte


A face and body artist who is also co-founder of a charity that brings together other face and body painters, models & photographers. ancer.

“I am so grateful for the opportunity to use my art skills in such a unique way to bring a smile to brave children and teens who are fighting illnesse”

Super Artist - Cheryl


Cheryl became a Super Artist to help bring a glimmer of happiness to children who are going through the toughest time in their young lives.

“I love painting anything girly but love creating custom designs for all children. I hope to paint many more pairs for very deserving young people.”

Super Artist - Chris


A senior lecturer in Fashion Communiction who was introduced to Supershoes by ex-student Super Artist Patrick.

“I love all things graphic and superhero as my partner is obsessed with Marvel! I love painting for supershoes in the hope that I can raise a smile in one of our wonderful super kids!!”

Super Artist - Claire


A make-up artist and body painter who feels really proud to be one of volunteer artists.

“Each pair of shoes that I paint is a real privilege, I hope they bring a smile to a child and family during most difficult times”

Super Artist - Claire


A professional face painter who enjoys a variety of arts and crafts, with her favourites being charcoal and pastel drawing.

“Volunteering for Supershoes allows me to help put a smile on a child’s face. I like to paint bold designs, cartoon characters and superheroes, incorporating each child’s favourite things into a pair of unique shoes just for them.”

Super Artist - Claire


“I first heard about Supershoes through a friend who also volunteers here and after seeing the boost a personalised pair of Supershoes can give a poorly child I knew it was something I wanted to be involved in. It's an honour to be part of such a unique charity and being able to see the difference we make to these little lives is a truly special experience”

Super Artist


Claire has recently joined the Super artist team

Super Artist - Claire


Claire is an administrator for a department store in Norwich. She has been fond of art ever starting out drawing and painting, and recently started sculpting with air dry clay.

“I joined Super Shoes because I was a child of cancer myself. I survived an osteosarcoma in my right fema when I was 17. I feel that keeping a child's morale up in such a tough time is so very important. Half the battle is having a reason or goal to stay positive. I had so much help and support during that time myself, I feel this is a great way to give something back. And to actually be able to bring a spot of light into a child's life is such an amazing thing. ”

Super Artist - Connie


Super Artist and fundraiser, Connie is a huge video game and manga fan. She painted her first Supershoes aged 12.

“It upsets me that children are ill and every time I see a pair of Supershoes it makes me feel a little sad, but to know that child is given a little bit of hope and happiness makes me feel so happy.”

Super Artist - Corin


Always a creative type Corin loves to draw, paint and sculpt. She currently runs a Face and Body art business and is a Mum of 2 from Glasgow. 

“These kids need something to smile about and I am honoured to be able to give them this unique gift”