Lucy Pittaway’s New Art Collections Available Online

queen of the herd

Best known for her iconic round sheep, Lucy has also painted collections for cycling, camping and traveling in her beloved Yorkshire, the Lake District and Teesside, where she grew up.

Not to mention his one-of-a-kind pieces, like his new creation the “Queen of the Flock” on the occasion of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee – with the crown on a sheep’s head, of course, against the backdrop of the union flag. .

Lucy explains, “I draw inspiration from my surroundings, as well as what’s going on in my life at that time. When I had children, I began to see the world through their eyes, its purity, simplicity and rich, vibrant colors. It ignited my own imagination and took me back to my country where I remember spending hours drawing and painting.

Our happy place

New arrivals for home makeover

One of Lucy’s most popular paintings is titled ‘Our happy place’, which depicts her beloved family caravan in the Lake District where she spends some special time with her husband and 13-year-old twins.

The Lake District was the theme of a brand new collection of ten original pieces that Lucy released in March 2022. With further collections due out later this year, fans will be treated to familiar sights as well as new themes.

For three years, Lucy was the official tour artist for the Tour de Yorkshire cycle tour, which sparked international interest and expanded her already loyal fan base.

free spirits

Lucy’s choice of popular subjects and beautiful color palette make her work the perfect addition to any home, and as we all spend more time within our own four walls, in addition to working more from home, our environment has never been so important to us.

With home renovation in mind, a selection of artwork by Lucy is also available on textiles, ceramics and stationery, perfect for adding a splash of color throughout your home.

Whatever your choice of artwork, it’s hard for Lucy’s work not to put a smile on your face. Voted the UK’s most popular published artists of 2018 and 2019 by the Fine Art Trade Guild, Lucy has gone from working in a cramped home studio to becoming an acclaimed artist with four galleries in Brompton-on-Swale and Richmond in the North Yorkshire, Yarm in Teesside and Keswick in the Lake District.

However, choosing your favorite print from its large volume of work has never been easier and can be done at the push of a button via the nice online store.

You can browse over 500 works of art so there’s something for every home and every budget.