Haus of Lucy is a contemporary multi-media artist. Her prints appropriate the classic, antiquated landscape painting: steering away from the iconic work of the masters, Lucy favours the unloved and the unknown, those skilled pastiches of a Turner or a Constable, that fill the tables of junk shops. Onto these, Lucy has added anachronistic motifs to create a jarring and unexpected end result: is that an easyJet plane, gliding through a fifteenth century sunset? And what's that Shell Oil truck doing in the middle of a nineteenth century pastoral scene? Lucy's work is brilliantly humorous and refreshing, it leaves us to ponder the true character of art in the twenty-first century.