Lucinda Jane Lang
After obtaining a degree at the National Art school, Sydney Lucinda had a 30 year career in Graphic design, working in Sydney, London, Dublin and finally Canberra. She then went on to obtain a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Australian National University. She started painting in watercolour in retirement.
Lucinda was born and raised on the Monaro and still spends time on the family sheep and cattle property near Cooma. The Monaro is an endless source of inspiration for her to paint its many moods and changing colours. She likes being in the landscape, painting ‘en plain air’ surrounded by the little sounds of nature and the feel of the wind.
She is an exhibiting member of Canberra Art Workshop (CAW) at M16 in Griffith Canberra ACT, the Queanbeyan Art Society, and also sells her work through the Raglan Gallery, Cooma. Lucinda is also kept busy as a volunteer guide at the National Gallery of Australia.
David Fairbairn: Portraiture – 5 day masterclass
Noel Thurgate: Life drawing – 2 weekend workshops
Chan Dissanayake: Watercolour – 5 day workshop
2022 Queanbeyan Art society. Watercolour 1st Prize. (Landscape Monaro boulders #3)
2020 Queanbeyan Art society. Life drawing 2nd Prize. (Nude study in charcoal)
2019 Queanbeyan Art Society. Watercolour 3rd Prize. (Landscape ‘Gibraltar rocks’)
2019 Queanbeyan Art Society. Portraiture 2nd Prize. (Watercolour ‘Kimberley Stockman’)
2018 Briscoe/Raglan art award. Winner. ($5000 Prize for Watercolour, landscape ‘Three brothers’)
2016 CAW annual art exhibition. Highly commended. (Watercolour, still life ‘Wattle, pestle & mortar’)