Lucy Loveheart

Lucy Loveheart is an unmistakably English artist, designer and illustrator. She is inspired by classic English scenes and places, as well as the cultural richness of literature and eccentric or larger than life characters. Nature is a constant source of inspiration for her and the gardens at Kew are a perfect playground for her imagination. Lucy’s work is highly individual and in the naïve style and is known for its optimism, playfulness and unique way of capturing a sense of place and character.

Lucy has an ever growing fan base both in the UK and internationally and her work has been exhibited regularly in Japan. She also has a significant celebrity following through her commission work. Lucy trained at the Norwich and Ipswich schools of art and then at the Royal College of Art in London. It was during her time at the Royal College that Lucy became captivated by the wonder of the gardens at Kew and she was thrilled when she was asked to do a series of painting to celebrate this great national treasure. These paintings have inspired a collection of prints and cards and other products bearing Lucy’s designs which are exclusively available at Kew . The latest work, The Magic of Kew , has just been launched and the original is also available to view, or buy at the main gift shop.

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Lucy Loveheart is an unmistakably English artist, designer and illustrator. She is inspired by classic English scenes and places, as well as the cultural richness of literature and eccentric or larger than life characters. Nature is a constant source of inspiration for her and the gardens at Kew are a perfect playground for her imagination. Lucy’s work is highly individual and in the naïve style and is known for its optimism, playfulness and unique way of capturing a sense of place and character.

Lucy has an ever growing fan base both in the UK and internationally and her work has been exhibited regularly in Japan. She also has a significant celebrity following through her commission work. Lucy trained at the Norwich and Ipswich schools of art and then at the Royal College of Art in London. It was during her time at the Royal College that Lucy became captivated by the wonder of the gardens at Kew and she was thrilled when she was asked to do a series of painting to celebrate this great national treasure. These paintings have inspired a collection of prints and cards and other products bearing Lucy’s designs which are exclusively available at Kew . The latest work, The Magic of Kew , has just been launched and the original is also available to view, or buy at the main gift shop.