Lucy says of this release: "The residents of Rutmesideways were united in their collective and vocal dislike of Amazon, each swearing they never used the online retailer. Instead, they shopped at the local farmers market where the raw wine and artisan cheese had won national awards and legend had it that Paul Hollywood had shaken the hand of the local baker when he’d tasted his sourdough. So imagine their shock when a Prime lorry arrived in the village. Who was the culprit? Was it the blacksmith with his sneaky purchase of anusol? Mrs Brick, ordering 50 kitchen rolls? Or young Jane, treating herself to some 'High Waisted Yoga Pants'? Of course, as it turned out, every single person in the village had bought something from the global hypermarket because it was just so bloody convenient. But whose order was that gourmet cheese? Surely Farmer Barleymow wasn’t passing it off as his ‘award winning’ Cheddar?"
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A true sense of discord is evident in her prints, but the unexpected anachronisms that deftly find their way into her compositions result in artwork that is saturated in humour. We love the refreshingly comic disruption of the ordinary, juxtaposing the past with the present, making us question if the woman in that portrait really is wearing Beats headphones. Lucy graduated from the University of Derby where she was formally trained in Fine Art, before taking the art world by storm. Lucy worked as a graphic designer for magazines such as Closer and Heat after graduating, before focusing on her art career in 2017 after feeling creatively stifled. Lucy has exhibited in Brighton at the Fringe Festival, in the Paxton Glew gallery and at the London Craft Week. In 2018, Lucy was invited to participate in Bob Osbourne and Carrie Reichardt’s Cash is King project that later was published as a book and exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery. We’ve been working with Lucy since 2017.
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