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B Glee Lucas

B. Glee Lucas is an oil painter in Boston’s South End Arts District and Lexington’s Munroe Center for the Arts. Her colorful paintings have been selected for national and regional competitions and are held by collectors across the United States.


B. Glee studied painting at Mass Art and the museum schools at the DeCordova in  Lincoln, MA, and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. She is a member of Cambridge Art Association, Catherine Lorilliard Wolfe Art Club (NYC), Concord Art Association, and the SoWA Artists Guild.


Her compositions represent a personal point of view. "I seek out, create, and capture images of color and light.  The subjects of my work may be family artifacts or a transitory view from a traveler's window.  Each painting is created with an intense focus on the subject matter that invites the viewer to share the richness and dimensions of a composition constructed by many small elements of light.  Tall Poppies represents a new substructure used by the artist which marries a traditional approach to painting floral still life with the shine of construction grade insulation board.

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