With a passion to empower people, teach and share her knowledge, Lillian has been a keynote speaker at various fundraisers and events. She has also been a guest artists for various TV shows, either doing painting demos or sharing her knowledge of Art History or the business of art. Follow Lillian Gray’s art adventures in the media.
Interview with artist Lillian Gray on Afrofuturism – DSTV Home Channel – African Modern
The South African & African creative realm has truly come into its own over the past few decades. To the point where the world is watching, looking to Africa for inspiration, answers and guidance. In this series we will explore the creative world of Fashion, Design, Technology, Trends and the Arts, talking to the visionaries and thought leaders who are at the forefront of African creativity. We’ll meet the personalities, showcase their craft and discover what it’s taken them to get to where they are today. Come and join us on this journey exploring all the wonders that are on offer in the world of African creativity. This is Africa Modern! In this episode, we speak to thought leader and renowned artist Lillian Gray on AfroFuturism.
Business Day TV features Lillian Gray Art School on UPSTARTS – PART 1
We follow the journey of South African Fine Artist, Lillian Gray the founder of Lillian Gray Fine Art School. She explains how she turned her passion into a business and the fusion behind the art of business
Business Day TV features Lillian Gray Art School on UPSTARTS – PART 2
This is me – an interview with SA Artist Lillian Gray
This video is an interview with South African Fine Artist Lillian Gray. She discusses her childhood, influences and what keeps her motivated. Currently Lillian Gray is working on a new series called “Africa our time is now” This is the first painting in this series. Lillian reminds us to always have a vision bigger than oneself.
RAISE A CUP TO IRMA STERN
TV Interview with artist Lillian Gray
Irma Stern was an influential fine artist in South Africa. She gain international acclaim in her lifetime and is now celebrated internationally.
Watch Lillian Gray create a portrait only using a palette knife and oil paint. See the painting unfold as a blank canvas truns into a striking image.
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South African artist Lillian Gray was asked to paint live in front of the camera two judges for Season 7 of One Day Leader.Ndumiso Hadebe and Gugulethu Mhlungu. One day leader is a Television series in which six young people showcase their leadership skills by tackling modern-day South African social, economic and political issues as a way of competing for the coveted title of One-Day Leader.
Lillian Gray was sponsored by PWC to create memorable artworks over the course of 2 days. These artworks comment on the 4th Industrial Revolution and how humans will integrate with Technology. This revolution will be known for blurring the lines between, physical, digital and biological spheres. Creating an exciting future, but also creating issues regarding privacy and safety for humans.
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