Come down to Curfew Yard off Thames Street by Windsor Castle next Monday or Wednesday to see talented artist Lois Cordelia live-painting her magnificent Leo-nardo lion, in celebration of the genius Leonardo da Vinci, who died 500 years ago this year – #Leonardo500.
Lois will be painting her lion in public from approx 2pm on Monday and there will be music, balloons and fun around this amazing, creative event. Head over to Curfew Yard to see Lois’s lion being transformed from a plain white sculpture to a magnificent work of art and solve the secret puzzles incorporated into the design.
Leo-nardo has been sponsored by the Cosmetic Medical Centre, based in Curfew Yard, as Director Natallia Ivashniova is a huge fan of the extraordinary Italian genius.
Natallia said: “Cosmetic Doctor Clinic is delighted to sponsor our magnificent LEO-NARDO as we strongly believe in kindness, love, and nobility. Our lion is an eye-catching representation of the great man. Leonardo da Vinci was in awe of the beauty of humans, art and the Universe and continues to influence the world today.
Lois Cordelia is a community artist, speed-painter and tutor, who creates most of her art live in public. Her designs have featured in numerous public art trails across the UK. Leonardo da Vinci is one of her greatest heroes and she often quotes his writings in her workshops, as they are as relevant today as they were 500 years ago.
COSMETIC DOCTOR CLINIC is a doctor-led clinic offering an affordable range of the most sophisticated non-surgical, anti-aging treatments and products available on the market today. “Our aim is to achieve natural-looking results for our clients, to make them look fabulous and feel at their absolute best”.
See www.cosmeticdoctorclinic.com for details.
Lois painting her ‘Owls of Bath 2018’ sculpture at the Hershel Museum in Bath last year.