Lucy Farley (1982-) lives and works in London. She studied at Central St. Martins graduating in 2005, and has an MA in printmaking from the Royal College of Art (2009), she recently completed a two-year Fellowship at the Royal Academy. Exhibitions in London have included the 'Originals' Printmaking show at the Mall Galleries in London, as well as The Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy in 2008, 2009 and 2010.
"Painting, drawing and printmaking are all part of my practice. I am interested in depicting places that I have a personal connection with or a history that inspires me. My work aims to build up a record of time, spirit of place and changing feelings which occur through travel, my existence in the city and a connection with nature and the landscape. 'The fragments of memory, past sensations and experiences, that are associated with a particular urban or natural landscape, form the basis of my work.
'The London Original Print Fair' Royal Academy of Art, London
'Summer Exhibition' Royal Academy of Art, London
'Discerning Eye' The Mall Galleries, London
'Multiplied', Contemporary Print Fair, Christies, London
'Underexposed' Female artists and the Medium of Print, University of Kent, Canterbury
'ART 14', Kensington Olympia, London
'The London Art Fair' Business and Design centre, London.
'RA Editions', Advanced Graphics, London