Lucie Flynn is a contemporary artist who creates lyrical artworks using combinations of spray paint, acrylic, inks and collage. Her bright and clashing palettes are complemented by bold sweeps, splatters and layers that crackle with life.
After attending Reigate School of Art, where she trained in fine art and printed textiles, Flynn began her art career producing and exhibiting work on the top floor of The Dragon in Shoreditch – a now legendary venue where Banksy hosted his first show in 2002.
Flynn’s next move was into the production and management team at Damien Hirst’s art factory where she worked on his personal art collection and multiple international exhibitions.
Since leaving that role, Flynn has produced large scale street art pieces, and has exhibited her work and hosted sell-out solo shows in numerous galleries around the UK and internationally.