Lucy Hodgson was born in Damariscotta, Maine and grew up in New England. She attended Oberlin College and New York University and holds a B.A. in Liberal Studies and an M.A. in Anthropology. For twelve years she worked at The Printmaking Workshop in New York City. She has traveled in Europe, Japan and South Korea. Ms. Hodgson has had 13 one person exhibitions, most of which took place in New York City at the SOHO20 Gallery. Over the past twenty years, she has participated in group exhibitions at: Grounds for Sculpture (Hamilton, NJ), Chesterwood (Stockbridge, MA), The University of New England (Portland, ME), Byrdclyffe (Woodstock, NY), The Norman Rockwell Museum (Stockbridge, MA), The Portland Museum Biennial (Portland, ME), The Contemporary Center for Maine Artists (Rockport, ME), The Library of Congress, The Brooklyn Museum, The Shore Institute for Contemporary Arts (Long Branch , NJ), The Convergence in RI, The Japan Arts Center (Kyoto, Japan), Der Zaider Gallery in Amsterdam, Monchengladbach in Germany and with the “Patak” Group in Hungary. Residencies include ones spent in South Korea and Hungary. In 2003 The Netherlands America Foundation provided funding for an exhibition at a World Heritage Site at the Schockland Museum in the Nethrlands and, in 2004, she was a fellow at the MacDowell Colony (Peterborough, NH).
AT&T, Atlantic Richfield Co., ARCO Houston Office, Dr. and Mrs. Reyner Banham, Bibliothèque Nationale de Paris, Chase Manhattan Bank, Citicorp, Heublin Wines, International Harvester, Library of Congress, Manufacturers’ Hanover Trust, Neuberger Museum, Purchase, New York University Print Collection, Seiko Time Corp.