Lorna is a travelling artist, originally based in London, she now moves around the world following stories. Her intricate watercolour representations of urban buildings and structures capture something more than just the bricks and mortar. They become the lens through which she views the world, and represent the complex character and sociology of different places. From the structures of the occupation in Palestine where she spent five weeks in 2016, to chronicling the slow spread of gentrification and the changing landscape of London, to the year following the story of street art and graffiti around the world for a book which is being released in Summer 2018, her work goes beyond depictions of a single place or a single moment in time. The bodies of work telling tales of a changing world. The stories of people past, present and future.
She is available for exhibitions, projects and commissions.