My name is Lo Tierney, and I am a Liverpool-based illustrator and activist. I graduated from LJMU in 2015 with a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design and Illustration and have been working freelance ever since.
I specialise in activism-based art and portraiture. A few of my clients include; The Walker Art Gallery, Open Culture, Comics Youth, The Whitechapel Centre, Convenience Gallery and Birmingham International Dance Festival.
I had my first solo exhibition, Spectrum, at Output Gallery in March 2020. As I am a neurodivergent artist diagnosed with autism, I wanted my show to highlight the diversity of people within the spectrum and celebrate them whilst educating the public who come to visit.
My influences include Laura Chapman, Henri Matisse, drag culture, Liverpool, Adult Swim and riot grrrl.
I hope you enjoy my work as much as I love creating it.
If you would like to get in touch or follow me on social media, you can find out the details on my contact page.