Kristy Luck (b. 1985, Woodstock, IL) received her BFA in Printmaking from Rockford University, and her MFA in Painting from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She was the recipient of the Lighthouse Works Fellowship in Fisher’s Island, NY. Recent solo and group exhibitions include, “YIN/YANG, curated by Calli Moore,” 0-0LA (Los Angeles, CA); “If I Can Imagine This Light, Then I Can Work All Day,” ODD ARK LA (Los Angeles, CA); “River Belly (with Alan Prazniak),” Projet Pangée (Montreal, QC, Canada); “Los Angeles Notebook,” Jacob’s West (Los Angeles, CA); and “Reaching Point Break,” Guerrero Gallery (San Francisco, CA). Her work has been featured in numerous publications including Los Angeles Times, Architectural Digest, Whitehot Magazine, The Editorial Magazine, and Opening Ceremony. Luck currently lives and works in Los Angeles, CA.