London-based artist Daisy has creativity flowing in her veins. Not only was her great grandfather the Royal Academician HWB Davis, but her mother is leading interior designer Emma Sims-Hilditch and her father founded interiors brand Neptune. Daisy trained in sight-size portraiture at the Charles Cecil studios in Florence, and although she is perfectly at home painting society portraits, she is most comfortable out in the wild en plein air. Her landscapes draw upon strong classical influences, and she has a particular fondness for painting contre jour or ‘against the sun’. This method is most visible in Daisy’s paintings of Venice, where the water sparkles and contrasts with the pink and ochre hues of the surrounding palazzos. Daisy’s talent has clearly been recognised by the great and the good of the art world – her paintings hang in the collections of leading art specialists Philip Mould and Rhod McEwan – so if you’re looking for an investment artwork, Daisy’s pieces are certainly ones to watch. This year Daisy won the Gordon Hulson memorial Prize at the Royal Society of British artists and in 2019 she had a sellout solo exhibition.