Lily Greenwood

The beauty of Lily Greenwood’s paintings lies in her competent fusion of strong colours, composition and movement. Her genuine love of nature from an early age plays an obvious part in her work filled with birds, flowers and butterflies. Butterflies were first used as a means of playing with colour but have now become the classic signature of Lily’s work. While being highly influenced by Eighteenth-century printmakers such as Hokusai and Hiroshige, Lily has created her own inimitable approach by using collage, ink and varnish techniques to form her very own oriental style. Now a well-accomplished artist, Lily sells her work all over the world, has exhibited widely in the UK and internationally and was shortlisted for the New Lights Art Prize in 2013.


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