The Forever Faye Art Foundation  [FFAF] is an organisation  devoted to the promotion of art and creativity in the community, which draws its inspiration from a talented young artist from the Vale of Belvoir in Leicestershire, Faye Cree [pictured left& below] aged 17, who, sadly, is no longer with us due to a tragic horse riding accident in April 2009. Faye was an unconventional and unique character, free-spirited, full of laughter,vitality, chaotic, and well-loved by many.Faye loved life and her animals especially Chip the family dog, Pippin & Finlay her horses. She inspired many of her contemporaries.

The aim of the FFAF is to provide classes in Art . Most  thrive when they gain creative inspiration from working  with others. The FFAF  provides the facilities & materials to work , advise and support, and the right creative environment .

The Foundation is set up by Faye’s family, Kate, Phil and Liam Cree. Faye’s mum Kate has herself worked in Art & Design for many years. Kate is a successful artist and fashion designer/ illustrator. She has managed design departments in  companies large and small and taught for many years.


  •  We aim to promote creativity in adults and educate students and pupils. To start this education process at a young age, the FFAF  offers holiday activities from tots to 16years.
  •  Classes/Courses & Workshops
  • Art Therapy offered to  individuals or groups using art as part of a therapeutic recovery programme







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