“I have spent a lot of time in my life staring out of windows. For me it provides a space to lose track, to daydream, and to remember. For me, the window captures a special vision of the world – combining an external reality with our own internal experience of it.
The window as a subject has become my platform to explore the mechanics of painting and to register human experience. I like to consider my paintings as contemplations of the changing surface of everyday window panes, acknowledging random moments in time and space helped by changes in weather, the season, or the light of the day. And how our experience of gazing out of a window can be touched by memories, hopes, uncertainties, and daydreams.”
Lucy regularly exhibits in group and solo shows. She is frequently commissioned and her work is held in private and corporate collections across the UK, and in Europe and the US.
Lucy graduated in 2015, with a first class Diploma in Fine Art from the Art Academy in London. She lives and works in London with her husband and four children.
In February 2019, Lucy won the Artists and Illustrators Magazine “Artist of the Year 2019”