STUDIO SALE NOW ON UNTIL DECEMBER 20!
The time has come to blow out some cobwebs and make space for new ones. If there are some works that have not been included, that get you all hot and bothered under the collar, please contact me. My studio is based in Kyneton, Victoria, and I am always happy to arrange a studio visit. Click HERE to go to online store
There is a lot of nasty shit going on in the world, and it's hard to know where to start. 10% of all sales will be donated to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre's Christmas Appeal
. We've got a lot of space in this country, yet seem adamant to hoard it. ASRC need to raise $1 million by Christmas in order to continue the amazing work they do for Asylum Seekers coming to Australia. Your contribution will be greatly appreciated.
100% of the sales of the two works I created for Key of Sea Journal
(who are instrumental in supporting this cause) will also be donated.
I consider myself incredibly privileged to live in this country and to be able to create the work that I present to you. Thank you for not only supporting my own practice, but supporting the others who are maybe not so fortunate as me.
Armed with a medical scalpel and a keen eye, Lucy James is an independent artist and illustrator; harvesting images from discarded and forgotten books and transforming them into carefully composed hybrids of form and meaning.
James has studied Visual Arts, Fashion and Textiles and holds an Honours degree in Fine Art. Since then, she has exhibited nationally and internationally, and has artwork housed in private collections throughout Australia, Japan, the USA and the UK.
James has recently been a contributor for inaugural publications Cat People
magazine and the Key of Sea
For any artwork inquiries or commissions, please contact Lucy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Image courtesy Gavin Green of Cat People magazine.