"My work is a meditation. An ancient longing. A call to return back to ourselves, to our true nature, beyond identity, race, religion or nationality.
Doorways, gateways, portals, sacred spaces, the colour of rocks, stone and earth.
I work with natural materials, wood, cotton canvas, linen and oil paint, materials that will one day decompose and return back to the earth."
Lulu Manasseh is a British artist/maker living in London, England.
Lulu studied at Wimbledon School of Art and then went on to Leeds Metropolitan University completing a Bachelor of Arts in 3-Dimensional Design.
She was awarded ‘Young Designer of the Year,’ by the Royal Society of Arts in 1992. With the travel bursary she travelled and explored the art and cultures of South America, India and parts of Asia.
In 2016 Lulu's paintings were accepted by the Royal Academy of Arts for the Summer Exhibition, and was shortlisted in 2019. In 2018 Lulu had her first solo show at Gallery Elena Shchukina in Mayfair, London.