Monique Luck

PO Box 722
Charlotte , NC US

Profile Type: artist

Soulful figures textured with emotion emerge, revealing colorful, lyrical stories moving fluidly across canvas. Luck models the features of figures and natural forms using fragments of found paper. “The emotion in my work comes directly from the emotions I experience in life,” she explains. “As I assemble a collage, I often wish I could rearrange pieces of my life as I do pieces of colored paper. Each day I am reminded that life choices are not as easily moved.” Luck is an award winning international artist & muralist. She has exhibited her work frequently at galleries & museums across the US including: The African American Museum of Dallas, The South Carolina State Museum, the Heinz History Center Museum & The August Wilson Center in Pittsburgh, The ArtPop Street Gallery & Harvey B. Gantt Center in Charlotte and ArtFields in Lake City, SC. Monique’s work as a public muralist with the Sprout Fund is featured in the PBS Documentary, “It’s the Neighborhoods.” Her public art installation in Charlotte can be viewed at the Renaissance West Community Initiative. She recently completed a 2018 residency at the McColl Center for Arts + Innovation in Charlotte, NC. In 2020 Monique completed a large public art installation for the city of Asheville, NC through a collaboration with local artists and community members for the Celebrating African Americans Through Public Art Project. To learn more about Monique’s artwork, please visit:

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