Lucy Grantz is a Minneapolis ceramic sculptor and art therapist who found the key to herown creativity when a college professor challenged her to think of her next painting as a study. “No longer did my art need to be perfect,” Lucy states. “I learned the importance of experimenting with the process, instead of judging the product.”
Lucy’s playful clay ocarinas are flute-like wind instruments designed to produce a pleasant, soothing sound. They exemplify the artist’s view that art can help us to transcend thought, in a way that is similar to meditation.
The artist received her BA in studio art from Colorado College and her MA in art therapy from the University of Illinois at Chicago.