Published: 5 July 2019
Aptly titled 'Momentum', and coinciding with mounting excitement for this year's Rugby World Cup, Luci Maclaren's solo exhibition captures moments of intensity, competition and sometimes collision as Maclaren articulates the excitement of British sport through gestural, brightly hued brushstrokes.
(Above: Luci Maclaren | The Lion's Roar | Oil on canvas)
Luci Maclaren was born in Perth, Scotland; after studying History of Art at St Andrews University, she trained in Fine Art at Santa Monica College in Los Angeles. She has been a professional artist for over 10 years, with solo exhibitions in Los Angeles, Barcelona, Edinburgh and London. In 2011, Luci was appointed the 'Belvoir Castle Shoot Artist' by the Duke and Duchess of Rutland. A highly successful year of group exhibitions and art fairs with Thompson's has led to this milestone solo show for Maclaren.
Driven to combine the traditional with contemporary, Maclaren depicts classic pastimes such as rugby, cricket, polo, shooting and cycling in her home of North London. Striking, forceful, and packed with Momentum, Luci Maclaren's solo exhibition is not to be missed.
(Above: Luci Maclaren | Ski | Oil on canvas)
Luci's solo show will run from 4th - 14th September at Thompson's Gallery London. For more information or to register interest, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.