Posted on July 15 2013
Imagine if you had a hidden talent that only came out when you were dreaming, never being able to be transformed into your reality. But then you discover this talent was real and you’re totally stoked? Well this happened to Welsh Aussie artist Lee Hadwin, who lacks the skill of being an artist in his conscious life but loves to ‘sleep-draw’ while asleep. Since the age of 14, Hadwin has been creating art while he sleepwalks and on whatever he can find; walls, newspapers, clothing and tables. He draws sketches, landscapes, figures and other forms art with pencils, pens, crayons, paints and coal. Now, with interest from galleries around the world, TV offers, and talks about producing a stage show, Hadwin has discovered a global demand for his work.