Enrolled Citizen of the Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk Abenaki Nation
Juried Artist since 2017
As the Education Coordinator the Title VI, Indian Education Grant for the Nulhegan Abenaki Tribe, she provides programs for elementary schools, high schools, and colleges, and she has created the Nulhegan Youth Drummers because she believes that teaching Native American culture to the youth is very important.
Lucy enjoys painting in all mediums, enjoys pottery and many other crafts. She currently has paintings on exhibit at Holland Town office, and her art has been exhibited at T.W. Wood Gallery in Montpelier, Derby Line Days, and other venues .
As a Certified School Nurse Lucy obtained her nursing degree from the University of South Florida, she has worked in the Emergency Room, Intensive Care Units, dialysis unit, school nurse and served as Mayor of Zolfo Springs Florida.
I have been painting and studying art over the past decade or so. I have been fortunate to work with Bea Nelson and other artists over the years. Painting, I find, softens the soul. It is a peaceful time for me. The outside forces just wither away and I’m focused on the project at hand. It is my happy place. I find I am in tune to the depths and shapes and colors of the forest, plants and animals and in trying to get their likenesses challenging.
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- Derby Lines Day, Derby, VT
- Holland Town Office
- T.W. Wood Gallery, Montpelier, VT
- Veterans Administration Hospital Infusion Center Display
- Title VI Education Coordinator
- Vermont Abenaki Artists Association
- Vermont Commission of Native American Affairs, Chairperson 2016-2017