Looking into a World , 2018 - Oil on canvas
British artist Lucy Jones is renowned for her raw, wild landscapes and distinctively provocative self-portraits, characterised by expressive brushwork and bold use of vibrant colour. Balancing an intricate rendering of line and space in her landscapes with the powerful simplicity of her portraits, Jones’s paintings conduct a journey through both interior landscapes and the external world beyond.
Jones studied at Camberwell School of Art, followed by the Royal College of Art, where she won a Rome scholarship in 1982. Born in London, she now lives in Ludlow, and is much inspired by the landscape area bordering Wales, Herefordshire and Shropshire.
The Ruth Borchard Collection: The Next Generation
Self-Portraiture in the 21st Century
Piano Nobile, Kings Place
Health and the Body: The Ingram Collection at the RCGP
Featuring Aleah Chapin and Lucy Jones
Royal College of General Practitioners
The Ingram Collection: Not all Contemporary Art is Rubbish!
The Lightbox Gallery
40 Years of Painting, Camberwell Students and Teachers, 1945 - 1985
Featuring David Hepher, John Keane and Lucy Jones
Belgrave St Ives
Looking Out, Looking In
Northumbria University Newcastle: University Gallery
News and Events
Lucy Jones reviewed in Financial Times
25 January 2014
Lucy Jones' Open Studio reviewed in Financial Times
27 April 2013
Lucy Jones selected for 2013 BP Portrait Award
22 April 2013