Lillias August is a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours (RI) and a multi-award-winning artist. From open landscapes to still life, her work reflects a brooding honesty and a love of strong, simple subject matter.
The COVID 19 crisis is having a huge impact on artists’ income and some prints of Lillias’ work are being sold as part of the #artistsupportpledge – please go to this page to see the prints that are available.
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“There are two attitudes to watercolour: the more common one being that it’s a swift immediate dash to salvation, catching the transience of light and weather. The other way is to apply washes endlessly until one achieves a sculptural quality, a timeless, Egyptian, hieratical presence. The duality of the medium – it’s being in flux – extremely slight, transparent, and then this sculptural aspect creates a tension between two opposite worlds” Leonard McComb