A 'Mil' Lineal Child

A 'Mil' Lineal Child by Lisa Grennell

Drawing on memories of her children growing up, Lisa Grennell creates striking artworks that draw the viewer in and encourages them to remember their own childhoods and ponder how future generation’s may not interact with nature in the same way.

Lisa works within a limited colour palate with often only a single object adding a splash of colour to her mainly black and white works; these points of colour tend to vary between nature and old fashion treats such as popsicles and life-saver lollies. The almost scribble-like technique in which Lisa creates the children transcends age, race and physical characteristics: the featured child could be anyone's child or grandchild. 

Lisa recently started producing limited edition prints to allow admirers of her large pieces the chance to bring one of her pieces into their homes. It is these prints that will form the majority of our latest exhibition  a 'mil' lineal child

 A 'mil' lineal child will be available to view in store and online from Tuesday 6 June.



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