Digital illustration on wood with resin
Lucie Rice’s artwork was inspired by the rich history of the Indianapolis 500 and references iconic landmarks and symbols of the race, the speedway, and the host city of Indianapolis. Layers of race imagery and pattern capture the energy of the experience. The juxtaposition of the visual elements and text move the viewer’s eye through the art, mirroring the movement on the track. Gold and red were chosen to represent the traditions of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, while the blues throughout are a nod to the Indiana state flag.
Lucie Rice is a Carmel, Indiana based illustrator and designer who creates imagery for a variety of markets including publishing, product design and advertising. Lucie holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting from the University of Evansville and a Master of Fine Arts in illustration from the Savannah College of Art and Design. She is known for her modern and whimsical approach, creating imagery full of pattern, texture, bright color and detail. A few of her notable clients include Google, Purina, the Grand Ole Opry, The New Yorker, ESPN, and Toyota. Recently, Rice completed work on a massive scale project: Illustrations and mural design for the entire children’s wing of the Tennessee State Museum. In the last few years, she has also designed public murals for clients throughout the Midwest and Southern states.
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