is an artist living and working in Bangor, Northern Ireland.
He studied ceramics at the University of Ulster in Ireland and has experience in drawing, painting, and sculpting. He is best known for his Manimal series of graphite drawings, in which he blends human and animal forms to create surreal portraits. These works are informed by his interest in the psychology of personality and the role animals have often played in our stories and metaphors. By juxtaposing the human and animal figure, he explores the complexities of our ever-changing behaviors and interactions with our environment.
More about Lee Boyd and his works here.