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Lucy Willis hosted a painting holiday for The Artist magazine in early 2019. Every day was spent painting alongside Lucy Willis or working independently.  

Somerset Art Weeks 15th-30th September 2018 Venue 25

40 years of painting and printmaking

in the new barn gallery at Moorland House, Burrowbridge, TA7 0RG

Somerset open studios


15th-30th  September

Lucy Willis's Open Studio Exhibition at Moorland House, Somerset TA7 0RG


Lucy Willis exhibited 13 new etchings plus watercolours and pastels at Bridgwater YMCA, 23rd  September – 8th October 2017. 

Sunlight & Shadows book cover

The most recent lavishly illustrated Lucy Willis watercolour book.

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2nd - 25th June 2016
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Since 1990 Lucy Willis has written many articles for The Artist Magazine. It is a valuable source of information and news for painters. It also organises and promotes painting holidays abroad with Lucy and other artists as tutors.

From here to China 2006 Exhibition - temple painting

To view the work exhibited at the Curwen and New Academy Gallery, London in 2006 click here:

A few of the painting are still available for sale.

Lucy Willis' grandfather was the celebrated cartoonist H.M. Bateman.

To view the website showing examples of his famous "The Man Who..." series and numerous other wonderful drawings go to

Prints of the cartoons are for sale.

Her Majesty's Pleasure - Award winning portrait

Lucy Willis's portrait, Her Majesty's Pleasure, of prison inmates, won the 1992 BP Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

It was shown there first and has since been exhibited in 'Treasures from the National Portrait Gallery' touring Japan in 1995, The Royal West of Englad Academy, Bristol in 2004, The Atkinson Gallery, Street, Somerset in 2008. It was owned by actor John Cleese until 2003.



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