“It was almost like I offended them with my presence, a reminder of what toll time will take on all of them as well” – a reflection on ageism, femininity and art by Eva Lewarne

“It was almost like I offended them with my presence, a reminder of what toll time will take on all of them as well” – a reflection on ageism, femininity and art by Eva Lewarne

Oscar Wilde in ‘Portrait of An Artist’ remained young forever while the portrait of himself aged instead. Well, it didn’t work for me, as my paintings remain young and fresh and my face is lined with a thousand wrinkles. When

“Recently I had a horrible death occur in my life: someone threw away almost all my art” – a personal story by Lindsey Strehlow

“Recently I had a horrible death occur in my life: someone threw away almost all my art” – a personal story by Lindsey Strehlow

Living as a creative is hard. And the non-creative world doesn’t get that. They see creativity as a fun, exciting, childish thing. And don’t get me wrong, it totally can be. But it is also something that sets us apart