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Lucy Gough is an artist and illustrator who works predominantly in print and photography. She has exhibited widely in the UK and internationally as well as completing several important commissions. Lucy has recently finished a major commission for the Cancer Centre at University College Hospital London.
Lucy’s most recent work draws inspiration from a variety of sources including architecture, industry and the solar system.The stylised representation of everyday objects and use of hand drawn type are recurrent themes in her artistic practice. The content of the text varies in its sentiment from poetic to purposeful to playfully ironic.

Born in Newmarket, Suffolk, she graduated from Norwich School of Art and Design in 2002 and now lives and works in Cambridgeshire.
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