Lleah Smith Born and bred on the Sydney Shores, Lleah Smith is an artist, adventurer and colour devotee currently living and working in Delhi. She walks bare foot globally searching for the colours and smiles that pulsate in the secret rabbit holes of the world. With an Honours Degree in Fine Arts from the College of Fine Arts UNSW and a soon to be Masters of Art Administration graduate, she patterns the globe finding inspiration to fuel her art, writing and historical interests. Her artistic practice aesthetically and conceptually explores colour and the relationship between humans and animals. She has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally and her writing has been published independently and also as a part of the Biennale of Sydney Student Newspaper, ArtWrite 52, Eramboo Arts Festival, Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke Mumbai and Girlosophy. She was featured on the UNSW Dean’s List for Outstanding Academic Achievement in 2011 and 2012 and was awarded the John Gage Colour Prize in 2013.