Bio: Lucy Kay Plowe (b. 1998, New York) is a painter who also works across printmaking, drawing, and collage. Lucy’s work approaches the mystical aspects of landscape and the collective subconscious. Traversing the landscape and bearing witness to the miracle of unfolding reality are an essential component of her creative process and spiritual practice. Lucy graduated from Cornell University in 2020, majoring in Fine Art with minors in Religious Studies, Classical Civilizations, and Art History. She was the recipient of The Elsie Dinsmore Popkin Painting Award in 2020 and The Kip Brady Prize for Printmaking in 2018. Lucy earned her MFA in Painting with a Printmaking concentration at the New York Academy of Art in 2023, where she was a recipient of the Dana Schutz Patrons Scholar Award and the Kylemore Abbey Global Centre Residency Award.