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Living and working in the New Town, Lucy’s work is inspired by the surrounding Georgian Architecture. She uses a distinctive and unique combination of materials including collage, paint, print making, drawing and hot wax, to reconstruct distinctively ‘Edinburgh’ architectural features. An avid collector of old maps and books, wherever possible, she constructs her collages with relevant texts and images, creating unique ‘building portraits’, which have a literary as well as visual story.
Graduating from Norwich School of Art, she initially returned home to Wales and exhibited in private and public galleries and exhibitions such as the Wales Drawing Biennale, the University of Aberystwyth and Oriel 31 in Newtown, winning their annual Open award twice.
Since moving to Edinburgh three years ago, Lucy has been selected to show in the RSA Open, the RSW Open, had work in various commercial galleries in Edinburgh, a solo show at the Scottish Storytelling Centre, and is currently Artist in Residence for the StAnza poetry festival in St Andrews 2015/16.
Bamboo, Botanic Gardens Edinburgh - £550 - 60cm by 43cm - ★ Sold
Botanic Gardens, August - £550 - 70cm by 90cm - ★ Sold
Botanic Gardens, August (2) - £550 - 90cm by 70cm - ★ Sold
Brighton Park Gates, Portobello - £590 - 70cm by 50cm - ★ Sold
Echinacea Purpurea (Purple Daisy) - £550 - 50cm by 70cm - ★ Sold
Herbaceous Border - £790 - 98cm by 65cm - ★ Sold
Swimming Baths, Portobello Promenade - £650 - 70cm by 50cm - ★ Sold
Baths and Beach, Portobello Screenprint with Collage (framed) - £420 - ★ Sold
Baths & Beach, Portobello with collage - £420 - 38cm by 56cm - ★ Sold
Michaelmas Daisies, Botanic Gardens - £790 - 70cm by 100cm - ★ Sold
Baths and Beach, Portobello - £420 - 38cm by 56cm
Orange Echinacea - £790 - 69cm by 72cm
Palm in the Old Glasshouse - £420 - 56cm by 38cm
Turquoise House, Gardenstown - £750 - 70cm by 50cm
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