Lady Lucy’s 10th Anniversary Sale
Lady Lucy is 10 !
To celebrate this the artist is selling some of her work. Some things that are a bit like the B sides OR DVD extra’s to the main features. Others are classics.
From 1st till the 18th December.
Here on Facebook and on Flickr, Livejournal and Myspace too.
If you like the look of something please email me or message me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Look out over the next few days for items being posted.
Link to sale items
Lady Lucy Someone, some people, something. Text by Antonio Ciutto Lucy Woollett. Friend. Participant. Resident. Neighbour. Skateboarder. City Dweller. Secretary. Committee member. Collaborator. Oddball. Eccentric. Crafts-person. Painter. Social Portraitist. Artist. Self-appointed Lady. At any moment, Lady Lucy is any or
Read more about the project
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