Lucinda is an artist and professor who has been living in Maine since 1999, after time spent in New Hampshire, New York state, New York City, New Mexico, Chicago, and Tucson.
She serves as Dean of Graduate Studies at the New Hampshire Institute of Art. Lucinda’s studio work takes the form of painting, drawing, collage, and installation. Examples of artwork can be seen on Lucinda’s website.
Her current creative project, Tracking the Border , is supported by a Warhol Foundation Kindling Grant, and involves navigation of the 611 miles that define the Maine-Canada border. This interdisciplinary project focuses on border research, exploring the land and engaging in dialogue with a range of collaborators (representatives from the Native community, the border patrol, and people working in the fields of Geology and Forestry, among others). The resulting work takes the form of writing, drawing, and mixed media installation work.