Danica Lundy’s paintings are characteristically dynamic. Tiny details, menacing gestures, surrealistic choreographies come together in her agitated canvases. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that the artist tries to embrace a whole culture: her art is about our shared world in all its complexity, be it in her tiny canvases as in her huge ones, a narrative onto itself.
Danica Lundy received her BFA from Mount Allison University and MFA from the New York Academy of Art, where she concentrated on painting. Lundy was awarded the Eileen Guggenheim and Russell Wilkinson Scholarship, the Leipzig International Art Programme Residency, and the Chubb Post-Graduate Fellowship. She also is a three-time Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant recipient. She was born in 1991, and she currently lives and works in Brooklyn, USA.