Lucy Ash is a painter and filmmaker who draws on her life’s experience to express her emotional response to love, death and injustice. Mathematics, time and the battle against the odds thrown by life are key themes.
Lucy has exhibited internationally including ‘one woman’ and group exhibitions in London, Amsterdam and New York. Her one woman show ’49 Frames of Love’ was transferred from the William Road Gallery, London to The Heartbreak Gallery in Marylebone London in 2012. Invited to contribute to 10 days 'Creative Collisions' October 2013, Winchester Cathedral and to 'Art for Youth' at the RCA, Kensington 2014. In May 2015 ‘In the Wriggle Room’ a series of paintings that respond to the spontaneity and vitality of Jazz music was exhibited at the Stash Gallery, London. This was followed in September by ‘What is the Point’ a group show at the Mall Galleries, London and 10 days 'Chalk’ October 2015, Winchester Cathedral where Lucy was invited to show a triptych. In 2016, Lucy had a solo show in Oxforshire at 'West Ox Art' and in London at Highgate Contemporay Art. She also exhibited at a number of other exhibitions including the Hille & Zotova Gallery, Amsterdam.
She has done a number of commissions for companies most notably the Sony Radio Academy Awards brand identity. Her cookbook ‘A Taste of Astrology’ (Knopf 1988, Sainsbury’s 1993) was also serialized by Gourmet Magazine USA.
Originally a student at Central St Martins she also studied at Camberwell College of Art. Lucy was born in London where she lives and works. Her most recent work deals with the importance of equality and compassion in the world.