Drift through Lucy’s Otherworld, and experience the layers of meditative and esoteric existence that she has seamlessly captured on her canvases. These snapshots of Lucy’s Mythos come to fruition in a superbly serene palette - the spectrum of which has been inspired by minerals and lends a tenderness to her work.
Davies, who graduated from The City and Guilds London Art School with a BA in Fine Art this year, contemplates the idea of ‘visibility.’ She often reduces her subjects to minimal, remnants of shadow and light, and treats these shadows and light-bursts as her primary forms. The effect of Davies’ technique is to render a completely new and original image from an old one. Looking at a piece of her work truly is like peering through a window into an otherworld - a brand new, hopeful and touchingly ambiguous one.
Her muted palette explores a range of natural, eco-inspired hues - soil brows, clay reds, and granite greys and somehow highlights her concern about: ‘the growing disconnection between animals and humans’.
We hope that you will enjoy the blissful imaginings of Lucy Davies as much as we do.