Lorraine Gill

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Born1941 (age 82–83)

Lorraine K. Gill (born 1941) is an Australian artist. Her work 'cruxifixion' can be seen on permanent display as Bisham Church, Marlow, Buckinghamshire. Gill's work is held in international collections, including Prince Philipp of Liechtenstein. Having suffered a stroke in 2021, she has not painted since.She was the long-time partner of Tony Buzan. Gill helped Buzan develop the use of images in Mind Maps. Gill currently resides in Marlow.


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