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Raven Schofield: Artist

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When I started trying to write an Artists Bio for myself I thought of all the things I have read about other artists. They all would tell back stories about how they started drawing to release emotion or that they have a passion for a specific subject. But my art isn’t about emotion or passion. When I think about what I draw now, I can’t see where I link my art to inside me. So I followed the thread way back to the beginning of my art career (and because I have been drawing ever since I can remember this was a very long way back) and I realised that my art wasn’t connected to any specific emotion but rather, is connected to my imagination.

I honestly wish to see the images I create come to life. Literal life. I want to bring my imagination into reality. Everything I have worked on and practised in my art has always been to this one end; getting better to bring more of the fantasy in my head into the mundane of reality. People call me an artist. I call me an Imagination Smith. 

Raven will be appearing at our A Picture’s Worth art panel. She is also creating an original artwork print for Queermance–one of which will be available for purchase. Just one.

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.