An exclusive range of my fashion-inspired paintings are currently available at Hoopers department store, Tunbridge Wells. I also have a selection of work for sale in The Velvet Hare in Storrington and Ethel Loves Me lifestyle store in Rye.
About LucyLucy draws, paints and uses collage to build layers into her artwork. She is inspired by words, stories, fashion & vintage style. Lucy works from a shared studio on a farm in Tunbridge Wells, Kent & is an active member of CreativesTW.
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Where does one start promoting an event in January, amidst No Carb diets, Dry January and the desperately long wait to pay day? It certainly meant that the usual wine and nibbles private view would probably be poorly attended. So, … Continue reading
A glimpse behind the facade of my beautifully presented exhibition at Trinity Theatre and the slick collage workshop held to celebrate it’s launch……..how did it really evolve? Late October 2015, call comes in from the Gallery curator at our local theatre asking if I am available to … Continue reading
I have just come back from Camp Bestival. I thought I was too old for festivals and have long mocked the hackneyed “festival fashions” that are churned out in every summer magazine (Kate Moss in tiny denim shorts and a … Continue reading
Definition: twit·ter, twit-tered, twit·ter·ing, twit·ters To utter a succession of light chirping or tremulous sounds; chirrup. To speak rapidly and in a tremulous manner To giggle nervously; titter. To tremble with nervous agitation or excitement. I was minded to write a blog … Continue reading
The onset of Valentine’s day, combined with a friend’s 22nd anniversary, made me think about love and how frequently it is the inspiration for paintings. One of my very first commissions was for a man, age 43, who asked for … Continue reading
It is common for January to leave a lot of us feeling a wee bit blue. Over-indulgence at christmas leaving us with extra pounds (of the wrong kind), the weather too awful to go outside and burn it off, dark … Continue reading
I made it my goal this year to enter some art competitions and awards. That’s why, back in May, you would have found me on the early train to London going to pick up my rejections from the Royal Academy … Continue reading
Being a member of Horsham Artists Open Studios (HAOS, just one letter away from CHAOS but more of that later!) is not always an easy ride. Being a group run by committee means all decisions are made as a collective….and … Continue reading