1972 - ?

Lucy Perry

As Lucy Emmeline J. Teverson, she was born at Belchamp Walter, Essex in 1972, daughter of Richard Charles Teverson (born 1942), a farmer, and his wife Pamela Jean née Wilkinson, who married at Halstead, Essex in 1968. Lucy married at Braintree, Essex in 1999, Edward Thomas Perry, and paints under the name of Lucy Perry. Lucy is a painter and printmaker and works in acrylic on paper, canvas, and board, producing both small studies and large-scale landscape, still life and abstracted imagery. She creates artworks in acrylic on canvas or board, mixed media work on paper or canvas, and on watercolour paper using Brusho dyes and ink-pencils. In Printmaking she pushes processes to create images in small series often producing unique monotypes filled with colour, pattern, and gesture. Collage and photography are essential elements in her work. Her paintings explore landscape and natural forms with colour and pattern as key elements. Ideas are explored and developed through drawing, creating lively responses. A former artist in residence at Little Hall, Lavenham, Suffolk, Lucy exhibits her work with Gainsborough's House Gallery, of which she is a member; 12PM Twelve Printmakers; Art in the Barn, Wingfield Barns; Minories, Colchester; Brushstrokes Festival of Art, Sudbury; Halesworth Gallery; the Edmund Gallery, Bury St Edmund's and elsewhere and is a full member of Suffolk Open Studios from her studio at Home Farm House, Bury Road, Thorpe Morieux, Bury St Edmund's, Suffolk.

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