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bylulu - lulu Clifton-Evans

About bylulu

Reflections on the power of life’s beauty is a common theme in the work of lulu Clifton-Evans.

lulu is emerging as a professional artist this year after a decade of healing and meditation – and is exhibiting under the name bylulu.

Her focus is the beauty of every day life in nature - which often offers unexpected moments of revelation reflected in colour, tone and atmosphere. Inspiration comes from her garden, her studio quaker parrots and her pets such as Henri (pictured).

A student of Bill Caldwell of the Twenty Melbourne Painter for years, lulu specialises in the richness of traditional oil painting.

Before being interrupted by a life event, lulu had a distinction average in her Degree in Visual Art (which included Painting 1, 2 and 3) which she is looking forward to revisiting and finishing.

Her work is currently held in collections in Paris, New Zealand, New Caledonia and Australia. Her website bylulu.com will be operational shortly. 

A member of: ;Melbourne Society of Women Painters and Sculptors, Mornington Peninsula Painting and Drawing Group, Peninsula Studio Trail


  • 2023 VAS Summer Exhibition Curator’s Choice Award
  • 2022 Finalist AME Bale
  • 2022 First Prize – Oak Hill Gallery Annual Members Exhibition
  • Distinction average in Degree in Visual Art (to complete): Work chosen to feature on the front of the Curtin University Art Faculty’s magazine
  • Graphic design – Frankston TAFE
  • Diploma in Journalism - New Zealand
  • Numerous journalism awards
  • Stories in national daily papers/online in Australia, New Zealand and England – including The Age, The Sunday Age, The New Zealand Herald
  • Consultant for Work Skills Victoria in the creation of diplomas for TAFES and universities
  • A writer on artists, and the accomplishments of artists, for many years in the Herald Sun Home Magazine

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