I am naturally giddy, and nature makes me giddier.
My name is Lucinda and I live in Seattle, Washington.
I grew up running in the mountains of Vermont and roller blading around the corn fields of Delaware. My parents are both teachers, so our kitchen was a space where my parents' students/my friends and I would eat homemade bread and brownies in the kitchen after study hall. My parents have taught me to embrace the educational spaces of nature, the sports field, sharing a meal around the kitchen table, and through community.
I played lacrosse in college. My junior year I got sick with an inexplicable and debilitating fatigue; I went to over 15 doctors, and no one could figure out a diagnosis or treatment. Having to take my senior year off from college, I turned to my paint brushes when I was unable to participate in the activities that I normally identified myself through (lacrosse, running, school, and being with friends). Now, I continue to paint and coach/play lacrosse.
When I'm not painting, you can find me in the mountains, at farmer's markets, on the lacrosse field, or on my couch making Spotify playlists.
I write and paint for those tiny, perfect revelations and to share from the heart.
Shamelessly proud of having over 300 Spotify playlists; unreasonably giddy over a bunch of fresh vegetables; content with a day of painting.