Image Courtesy Rick Fine

Rick Fine, son of the late artist Lucy Fine, is in search of a special individual who can help catalogue, organize, and represent her incredible oeuvre. Up for the challenge? Details here.

From April through June 2013, the Mobile Museum of Art in Alabama hosted an incredible retrospective surrounding the life and work of artist Lucy Fine (1923-2011). Now, her son Rick Fine is looking for a special individual to help him catalogue and organize her works so they can be shared with the public.  Fine is also hoping the individual will partner with him to represent the artist’s work.

Image Courtesy Rick Fine
Image Courtesy Rick Fine

Lucy began her own personal journey into the world of creating art in her late 30s. She not only pursued, but flourished in many art mediums, from watercolor to serigraphs, sculpture, and mixed media. Her serigraphs distill dynamic relationships, triumphant balances, and subtle harmonies as well as deeply satisfying echoes of nature amplified and transformed into new perceptions.

Image Courtesy Rick Fine

In a fundamental sense, since so much of her work dances, her long association with American modern dance pioneer Benjamin Zemach was undoubtedly an important influence. But most important was her own unique vision with which she created symbolic presentations that have the power to evoke unconsciously processed and conscious feelings.

Image Courtesy Rick Fine
Image Courtesy Rick Fine

Fine is looking for a dependable person who is organized, has a background in museum or gallery work, and displays strong written communication skills. He’s hoping to get this project started as soon as possible, so candidates should contact him immediately at [email protected]

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Andrew Webster is the former Editor of Fine Art Today and worked as an editorial and creative marketing assistant for Streamline Publishing. Andrew graduated from The University of North Carolina at Asheville with a B.A. in Art History and Ceramics. He then moved on to the University of Oregon, where he completed an M.A. in Art History. Studying under scholar Kathleen Nicholson, he completed a thesis project that investigated the peculiar practice of embedded self-portraiture within Christian imagery during the 15th and early 16th centuries in Italy.


  1. Thank you for sharing an array of very interesting works. Confined in a small Midwestern town, I appreciate a glimpse into the works of famous and talented artists. Your selection provides a much needed broader reference for my own paintings. I am currently (July 29th – September 9th) exhibiting all flower images, in acrylics, watercolor, and egg temperas as “A Posy for the 85th” – to celebrate 85th Anniversary of the Blanden Memorial Art Museum. located at 920 3rd Ave South, Fort Dodge, Iowa 50501
    Last year I was awarded second prize in the PLAC annual Plein air invitational, Okoboji, Iowa and had an award winning entry with a triptych installation for their Dia de los Muertos show. Before that I soloed there with my (all acryllic and egg tempera) paintings of “Angels and Other Beings” – a collection of images inspired by my travels throughout the USA and New Zealand. Art is the solace for this WWII survivor and proud naturalized US citizen. Thanks for feeding my aesthetic cravings! Danuta Zamojska Hutchins at: [email protected]


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