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Lea Jeges: Artist

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Lea is a Melbourne freelance artist/designer and enthusiast for comics and games. Thoroughly invested in pop culture and queer representation, they’re unlikely to present a story or character design that doesn’t embrace or challenge gender binary or relationship ‘standards’.
While their gallery is an online affair found at deerishus.tumblr.com, they often crawl from the depths of their resident nerd cave and blearily into the light of Melbourne conventions as an Artist Alley attendant.

Lea will be appearing out our A Picture’s Worth art panel on Saturday the 18th of April.

 

A Picture’s Worth

A Picture's Worth

When: Saturday 18th April, 10:30AM
Where: The Mercure on Therry Street
Tickets: $20/$15
Bookings: Click Here

Writers paint word pictures. Visual artists use paint, pencils, digital media and photography to tell a story, and whether used as part of a larger narrative, placed on the cover of a book or collected into a display, visual art has the power to move us, entice us, or make us pick up a completely different book and read that one instead.

Hosted by Scarlett Rugers of The Scarlett Rugers Book Design Agency and last year’s Judging a Book By it’s Cover presentation, Queermance brings you artwork by Paul Richmond, Anne Cain, Zathyn Priest, L.C. Chase, M Sereno, Raven Schofield, Lea Jeges and Bodie Strain. Raven, Lea, M Sereno and Bodie will be joining Scarlett to to discuss their work, their creative processes and why they do what they do.