Lucy Moloney

Lucy Moloney’s work explores themes of the built environment and the often forgotten ‘in between’ spaces in city and suburban contexts.  She is inspired by the urban fabric of the city periphery where the march of time overlays new forms over old, often leaving fragments of green space.  Her work combines form and content, colour and light, line and surface texture, in a contained yet energetic tension where the shadowy depths are the backdrop for stories of joy, pain and all that is ‘in between’.

Drawing on her 20 years background in architecture and design, Sydney-based artist Lucy Moloney explores themes of the built environment through painting and photography. Lucy graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from University of Sydney, a Masters degree in architectural history and theory from the University of Sydney and had completed studies in art at the Università di Firenze, Italy.  She was an Art Gallery of NSW Wynne Prize Finalist in 2014 and Paddington Art Prize Finalist in 2013.

Congratulations to Art Atrium artist Lucy Moloney for her Art Gallery of NSW Wynne Prize Finalist painting ‘City Edge III’ being in the permanent collection of the new Sibyl Centre of the Women’s College in University of Sydney.