Lucienne Pszenica-Morrison was born in Paris where she trained at art college for four years. Since living in the UK, she has attended life drawing and clay modelling classes at the (formerly-known) Central School of Arts and Crafts in London; then various life and portrait classes in Hertfordshire. After attending a two-year course at West Herts College, she gained a professional development diploma in Fine Art Printmaking.
Lucienne is inspired by nature, her love of music, travelling to discover new landscapes, the human body and outer space.
Lucienne likes to experiment, which is why she often uses printmaking – because it is so versatile. The techniques she uses are: collagraphs, linocuts, screenprinting and woodcuts.