Lucie Bennett’s work presents potent images of women in various guises; as haunting sirens, alluring pin-ups and supernatural nymphets; playing absorbing games with the viewer’s preconceptions of these deceptively familiar archetypes. As well as being featured on BBC2’s The Culture Programme, Bennett was featured on BBC2’s acclaimed documentary series The Apprentice in 2005, as one of London’s hottest emerging artists. Bennett has exhibited widely and has shown at New York’s prestigious Armory Fair. Her work is on permanent display in London’s Groucho Club and she has been commissioned to create work for Selfridges and House of Fraser. Bennett’s Wink adorned a Porsche at Silverstone in 2005 and her work has been auctioned on behalf of Terrence Higgins Trust, British Red Cross and ME Support Group.