Beatrice Lacey is a digital artist and painter; whose work addresses the use of photography and film for investigating aspects of healing depression using time and place experience. Depicting movement creates an archive of thoughts about the body and mind.
Past exhibitions include:
Beatrice Lacey is an English painter and printmaker, who has spent most of her adult life in the South of England.
Founder of the Memorial Art Gallery, Hastings,
Beatrice is also known for the wide variety of artistic drawing styles developed and explored around ideas about the body and the space occupied by the body.
It was in London that Beatrice attended the Oval House theatre school and studied improvised theatre as well as Jazz voice with Maggie Nichols; she loved the spontaneity of jazz improvisation and the expression of free fringe theatre.
“My inspiration stems from an interest in capturing the aesthetic qualities of the human form. To this end, my current images combine a contrast between form and spirit, offering the reminder that all formations of being are transient.”
Beatrice Lacey (b.1957).
I was awarded a Bachelor of Fine Art Degree from Goldsmiths College, University of London. 1987 – 1990 and a Masters Degree in Fine Art from UCA Canterbury
Rye Society of Artists group- show;
Stables Theatre Hastings Art Gallery one- woman show;
Brixton Art Gallery one- woman show;
Hastings Museum group - show; ‘The Pie Factory’
Margate pie factory group - show;
Memorial Art Gallery Hastings one - woman show;
Weekend Gallery Hastings one - woman show.
Pure Arts, autumn arts fair 2012,
6 by 12 Bexhill.
4 play 1066 Academy Battle
Body and movement, may 2013 1066 Academy Battle
Photo fusion group show, 2013
Kortars Muveszzeti Kozpont, eger Botanic Art 2017
Salt mother , Hodgson Loom Gallery, Isle of Man, 2018
Stables art gallery ,Hastings, Contra Punctal June 2018
all works are viewable at the memorial art gallery in Hastings, by appointment