You Have to Create From Your Own Intuition: An Interview with Eva Lewarne

magdalenawolak:

my interview with the fantastic Eva Lewarne

Originally posted on The Spectatorial:

For this interview, The Spectatorial asked Eva Lewarne, a prominent art force in Canada and overseas, to share some of her experiences, wisdom, and creative juice with the speculative audience interested in the fantastical and unique art.

I have had the privilege of working with Eva’s art before, and have seen her work live and up-close in galleries around Toronto. Her work is a fascinating blend of quirky, intellectual, and thought-provoking experiences that get one to think and feel, and I was thrilled that she agreed to an interview, which was conducted by email.

This interview has been edited for style and clarity. 

runawayshadow

Runaway Shadow by Eva Lewarne, http://www.evalewarne.com/

You say that painting is your first and last love. How do you remember that first spark?

Even as a young child I observed people’s faces, their bone structures, and lights and shadows. I was visual….and at 8 years of age, while everyone…

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