Lorna Ellen is a multi-disciplinary craftivist whose work explores the intersection of art, environmental issues, and social justice. A graduate of the University of Huddersfield with a degree in textiles, Lorna has been creating art since childhood, but it wasn't until she discovered the concept of craftivism that her work truly found its purpose.

Through her art, Lorna seeks to raise awareness about the impact humans have on the environment, and inspire others to take action. She is a passionate advocate for creative reuse, and incorporates waste materials such as plastics, textiles, and cardboard into her work.

Despite being relatively new to the art scene, Lorna has already made an impact, having been featured in several exhibitions and online platforms, including IDST's Light Hive and her recent solo show: The Art of Rubbish. Her work has also been recognised by the Creative Conscience Awards in 2019.
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