Illustration graduate's drawings chosen for exhibition by renowned illustrator Gerald Scarfe
Art and Design 17 September 2014
Lucy's immaculately detailed drawings are inspired by her passion for British wildlife and its conservation. She makes original artworks as well as designs for fabrics, homewares and products. Gerald Scarfe's chosen drawings will be on display on a plinth as part of the Noise Festival London until November.
Gerald Scarfe commented: "These entries are of a tremendously high standard. A raft of brilliant new talent."
Lucy was also successful in having her drawings selected and shortlisted for the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year 2013 and her work published in 'Out of Step' books.
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