A portraitist since 1979, one of the many highlights of Lucy McTier's career in art was her opportunity to paint President Ronald Reagan and present him with his portrait in the Oval Office of the White House along with her then five-year-old son, Jace, and her husband, David, in 1985.
Lucy has work hanging in over 350 public and private collections, and in several gallery locations. Her work is primarily in oil on linen. She also paints children's illustrations, writes prose and poetry, and paints abstracts as well as realism. On the average, Lucy paints eight to fifteen paintings a year, and is currently painting large landscape/figurative works, religious and commissioned portraits.
Illustrated by Lucy McTier
Printed on Moab Entrada Rag Bright 290 GMS Archival Paper
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