Reviews for Lois Cordelia

Lois Cordelia welcomes feedback and constructive critiques on artwork, commissions and workshop tuition. Please consider submitting a Google Review for Lois Cordelia, via the link below:
 

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Interviews with Lois Cordelia

Alex Assaly (University of Cambridge) interviews Lois for his series of "5 Questions" interviews, September 2016

Peter de Kuster interviews Lois for The Heroine's Journey Blog, August 2016

Kirsten Irving (Sidekick Books) interviews Lois about her paper-cut art and illustrations, December 2015

Sheena Grant (EADT) interviews Lois about her work with and ‘apprenticeship’ to Jan Pienkowski, July 2015

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"Lois is ... a super-energised and totally committed tutor.  Amazingly encouraging."

 

"Amazing artist- such beautiful work. Demonstrations have to be seen - spectacular to watch."


"Fantastic and unique, far and away the most creative collection I have seen."

 

"Refreshing to see such beauty in our fragmented digital age!"

 

"Your work puts one in a different world."

 

"Wonderful. ... I keep coming back to marvel again."

 

"Excellent work - a wonderful combination and contrast. Also great to meet someone so eloquent about their work."

 

"Breathtaking - so clever."

 

"Your paper-cutting is exquisite, precise and almost regimented, while your speed painting appears wild, unruly and free. Yet you deliver both with such an emotional grace, it really is staggering."

 

"I came, I saw, I am impressed."

 

"Lois is an exceptional person - empathetic, caring and deeply compassionate. Her exuberant artistic style reflects her love of people, of colour and of life in all its diversity. Her papercuts are intricate, highly skilled and exquisite, while her flamboyant use of acrylics for speed painting and portraiture is striking and enables her to communicate a sense of the energy and inner life of her subjects. Underpinning everything is an emblematic celebration of hope, joy of freedom and creation."

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