Artist Profile - Jo Lucas

Shout
Hat & Gloves
Ride
Off Grid
Radient
Day One, Day Two
Honey Summer
Pebble Rush
Strolling

Shout

Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas

Measurements: 100 x 150cm

Price: SOLD

Hat & Gloves

Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas

Measurements: 100 x 50cm Unframed

Price: £900 Plus Delivery

Ride

Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas

Measurements: 180 x 240cm Unframed

Year: 2019

Price: £6000 Plus Delivery

Off Grid

Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas

Measurements: 160 x 200cm Unframed

Price: SOLD

Radient

Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas

Measurements: 150 x 100cm Unframed

Price: £3500 Plus Delivery

Day One, Day Two

Medium: Mixed Media

Measurements: 330 x 360cm Unframed

Price: £7000 Plus Delivery

Honey Summer

Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas

Measurements: 100 x 150cm Unframed

Year: 2019

Price: £3500 Plus Delivery

Pebble Rush

Medium: Mixed Media

Measurements: 100 x 50cm Unframed

Price: £900 Plus Delivery

Strolling

Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas

Measurements: 180 x 115cm Unframed

Price: £3995 Plus Delivery

Shout

Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas

Measurements: 100 x 150cm

Year:

Price: SOLD

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About Jo Lucas
Artist Statement

Shout
Hat & Gloves
Ride
Off Grid
Radient
Day One, Day Two
Honey Summer
Pebble Rush
Strolling
Shout
Hat & Gloves
Ride
Off Grid
Radient
Day One, Day Two
Honey Summer
Pebble Rush
Strolling

Biography

  Jo Lucas is a British painter of contemporary land and seascapes. After graduating she established her career in London where she lived for 15 years. Awards from Arts Council England and Pilkington enabled her to work and travel to remote parts of Alaska and Patagonia, India and Kazakstan. Closer to home, the land and seas of Northern Britain and Cornwall source her imagery. Her work has been selected for exhibition by RCA Conwy, ING Discerning Eye and she has paintings in collections in New York and New Delhi. They continue to attract individual and corporate clients here and abroad. Jo is currently based in the south west.


Artist Statement

I make paintings of places I know in Britain and other parts of the world. My landscape subject matter is loosely defined, to be interpreted by you the viewer in any chosen way. Specific geographical locations converge with less tangible regions of paint marks to draw attention to painting’s process. Using a variety of paint media, I apply many layers with prominent brushstrokes. In its abstraction I aim for my work to have the depth and resonance of a certain place and time of meaning.