About Lucinda Bliss
Lucinda Bliss is an artist currently living in Bath, Maine. She was born in Hartford, Connecticut, grew up in northern Vermont, and over the years has lived in Chicago, Santa Fe, Tucson, and New York. Lucinda received an MFA in visual art from Vermont College of Fine Arts and a B.A. in art history from Skidmore College. She currently serves as Professor of Liberal Studies at Union Institute & University, where she teaches studio art and art history/visual culture. She also teaches in the Maine College of Art MFA program as a studio advisor.
Her life as an artist and teacher is balanced with a newly discovered passion for running. Lucinda blogs about running and art at LucindasRunningBlog.com.
Lucinda’s work has been exhibited widely across the United States. Early in her career, she exhibited with Zitlala and Copeland-Rutherford in Santa Fe and Gallery 312 and South of North in Chicago. After moving to Maine, Lucinda exhibited with the Hay Gallery and Whitney Art Works, among other venues, and she is currently represented by Rose Contemporary Gallery. Work has also been exhibited at the University of Arizona, Tucson Museum of Art, Brattleboro Museum in Vermont, University of New England, University of Maine at Augusta, Space Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, and Ross Gallery in Charlotte.
Her studio practice includes painting, drawing, and installation. Recent drawings and paintings are featured in this ARTerrain gallery.
Listen to Lucinda Bliss discuss her artwork in this ARTerrain gallery:
A general discussion of Bliss’ work.
A discussion place and placelessness in Bliss’ work.
A discussion of the Vulcan Net series.
See more work by Lucinda Bliss at www.LucindaBliss.com.
ARTerrain Gallery | Precarious Alliance by Lucinda Bliss
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