Adam Lucy is an autodidact multi-faceted contemporary artist living and practicing between London and creative coastal hub Margate. His work occupies a space of revelation, exploring and experimenting by peeling back layers of memory and time. Predominantly using the mediums of acrylic paint, photographic transfer and stitching with yarn, Adams practice is one of experimentation and cross pollination of artistic traditions.
Adams' artistic and poetic work showcases a need to reinterpret his past to gain a new and deeper understanding of his present. His continual exploration of the hidden or forgotten is a reclamation of history and translates into a substantial body of work around deep human emotion such as grief, loss, social injustice, and shared lived experience.
Adam has solo exhibitions in London and cultural coastal hot-spot Margate in 2023 and 2024 and collaborates with many other artists and makers on a regular basis.
‘Artistic creation and expression to me is almost a path of spiritual progression, I want to use all available mediums to connect with others and to create something meaningful and true.’