Lucy Liew is a Malaysian-American artist whose paintings have been described as a “rich tapestry of color” a reference to her colorful, multi-layered painting style. Lucy’s paintings draw upon her personal experiences and her travels throughout Borneo and California. Using indigenous symbolism and cultural iconography, together with botanical and zoological motifs, Lucy has developed her own artistic language to express human emotions and experiences. Viewers of her works are invited on a magical journey through vivid botanical compositions that are a fusion of the real and the fantastic. It is her hope that these fantastical images will continue to evolve through the eyes of the beholder to be a source of daily inspiration and enjoyment for them. Since establishing herself in the San Francisco Bay Area, Lucy has been actively participating in Silicon Valley Open Studios, and her work has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions including Stanford University, the Triton Museum of Art, and San Jose Museum of Art. Her public art includes commissions by the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Valley Children’s Hospital of Madera, and the Joyce Ellington Branch Library in the City of San Jose.