Michelle Lucking’s Rare Talents In The Sea
Michelle Lucking’s Rare Talents In The SeaCourtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California.
Michelle Lucking has an eye, imagination, and tactile skills that are very rare among open water swimmers. In fact, her talents and creative vision are rare among the entire population.
Lucking, a British open water swimmer, won the prestigious Annie Longley Award at the British Pastel Society exhibition. She is also a brand ambassador for Unison Colour and has been featured on television and in several magazine publications including Artist and Illustrator.
Her specialty are large scale seascapes and underwater portraits.
“Her work is remarkable; beautiful and so powerful,” says Steven Munatones. “Anyone who has ventured beyond the shoreline can immerse themselves in her artwork and feel the power of the ocean – she clearly captures the dynamic nature of the sea.”
Lucking explains, “My art explores the contrasting raw power and calm serenity of the differing states of water, and the technical challenge of capturing both its translucency and movement.”
Lucking will appear on WOWSA Live tomorrow to discuss her career and livelihood.
For more information, visit www.michellelucking.com.
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