Luce

LAURIE LEE, 2007
An edition of poems by Laurie Lee (The Pocket Poets, 1960,Vista Books) illustrated with crayon, printed collages, ink and stamps on 24 of 47 pages. This artist book figures in a publication, “ From Book to Book” published by the Wild Pansy Press, 2008, 7.5 x 4.5 x 1/4 inches. $360





The Lonely Boy I, , 2008
Etching on steel, soft ground, aquatint, carborundum and chine colle, printed on Somerset soft satin, number 4 from an edition of 10, 7 x 6 ¾ inches. $280





Timeless II, 2008
Etching on steel, aquatint and sugarlift printed on Somerset soft satin, number 4 from an edition of 10, 7 x 6 3/4 inches. $280





Statement

I work intuitively with my feelings, with my unconscious, without necessarily knowing what my work is “about”.

Sometimes there are symbols that find expression in my work for long periods, revealing themselves through time, but like all symbols they cannot ultimately be explained.

What I am essentially interested in is mystery and discovery.

Biography

LUCE was born in Hasselt, Belgium. She studied Graphic Arts at the St.Lucas Academy of Art in Antwerp, Belgium. She is also a painter.

In 1975 she graduated and moved to Paris, since when she has worked in several prestigious print studios among which Atelier Lacouriere and Atelier 17, where she met Stanley William Hayter. She was for many years the assistant at Atelier 63.

Since 2006 she has lived between Paris and London, where she often works at the Artichoke Print Workshop. She is a regular artist in residence at The Frans Masereel Center in Kasterlee, Belgium and a member of the East London Printmakers, London and Le Trait in Paris.

LUCE has exhibited widely and has participated in many Fairs and Print Exhibitions. Her work is represented by galleries in France, Belgium, England, Dublin, New York and Australia.

Her work is to be found in many Public Collections amongst which museums in Mexico, The Republic of Georgia, Seoul, The Royal Museum of Fine Arts (Antwerp), The Belgian Royal Library ‘ Albert I ‘( Brussels ), The French National Library ( BNF-Paris ), York College ( England ) and The Victor and Albert Museum ( London ).

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