Jayson Lilley was born in 1972 and was brought up in an idyllic seaside village in Devon. Formerly trained in visual communication, advertising and graphic art, he now lives and works in London.
His signature bright colours and slick lines create everyday images and themes into iconic scenes. He aims to clear away all clutter and excess and delivers minimalist punchy paintings drawing in style from his background in design.
Jayson Lillley is well known throughout London for his paintings of Battersea Power Station, the Trellick Tower and the Friesian cow, reminding him of his childhood in Devon.
Heavily influenced by pop art, Jayson Lilley lists Roy Lichtenstein and art deco architecture amongst his favourite inspirations.