Endellion Lycett Green

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Endellion Lycett Green is an artist living and painting in Wiltshire. She studied English and Fine Art at Exeter University and Art College. She is represented by Browse and Darby, has also exhibited at the Lefévre Gallery, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, and has previously won the Spink Prize. Her work is in numerous private and public collections, including the NatWest Art Collection and the Chatsworth Collection, where her work has been on public display. She has taught at the Royal Drawing School since 2001.

On drawing

Why do I draw?
To clarify the subject matter
To begin, to make the start
To explore the form
To begin to express through the marks of my hand
For the process of translation, to begin the language
To have room to think, to make mistakes and create something unprecious
To forget the notion of the viewer
To have space to think through action
To begin the silent process

Endellion Lycett-Green