Jayson Lilley is a contemporary British landscape artist whose works document the changing skylines of our most iconic cities.
As the skylines of the cities evolve and the monumental becomes enveloped by the contemporary, Lilley draws a focus on the temporality of these seemingly permanent landscapes. Mirroring his subject, as the traditional forms and materials of the city evolve, so does Lilley’s practice. Using screen printing as his starting point, Lilley incorporates collage, painting and drawing to develop a practice of innovative printmaking that expands the traditional boundaries of the printed medium.
Lilley graduated from the University for the Creative Arts. His works have been exhibited throughout the world in solo and group exhibitions, including the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, ING Discerning Eye and Westmorland Landscape Art Prize.