Justine Lucas

Color Key Artist

LIGHTING EMPHASIS

Visual artist with over 20 years of professional painting and graphic art experience, 11 years of higher education in fine arts, 20 years of film study, and 10 years of professional experience in both photography and cinematography.
JUSTINE LUCAS

ARTIST STATEMENT

My mediums of choice are acrylic paint, oil paint, India ink, charcoal, watercolor, and graphite. Since attaining my BFA at SFSU with a dual emphasis in Painting & Sculpture, I have continued producing and showcasing works in the Bay Area. My recent complete series follows the intimate daily life of circus performers, inspired by my years traveling with both local and international circus troupes including Cavalia, Cirque Du Soleil, as well as Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey. I have also written and illustrated a children's book and am currently working on a hand-painted animation film project.

Examples of all above mentioned projects are included in this portfolio.

  • SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY

    Fine Art Major 
    Dual Emphasis: Painting & Sculpture 
    World Music & Dance Minor

  • SF SCHOOL OF THE ARTS

    Visual Arts Major

Conceptual Art

Circus Series

Painting & Drawing


Children's Book Illustration

Ink Pen

Time of Day Study

Ink Pen
Landscape zooming in with cloud movement and color shift over time.

Art Fundamentals

Figure Studies

Charcoal & Conte Crayon

Figure Paintings

Oil paint & Watercolor Ink

Figure Sculptures

Terracotta & Ceramic Clay

Portrait Sculptures

Terracotta & Ceramic Clay

Portrait Studies

Graphite

Animal Studies

India Ink, Ink Pen & Graphite

Landscapes & Interiors 

Interiors

Oil & Acrylic Paint

Interiors & Landscapes

Watercolor
NOTE: The following are for a paper stop-motion film called "The Dam", currently in production.
Water Layer

Watercolor translucent tracing paper, physical layer for animating paper stop-motion film

Photography & Cinema 

Photography

Light Study

35 mm film & digital

Cinematography

Justine Lucas's filmmaking process
  1. Storyboards that illustrate the main frames; characters in frame, expression or action, camera movement, shot type (wide angle, medium shot, or close-up) and perspective (side-angle, straight-on, or follow-shot).
  2. Mood boards that express the unified look of each scene including location, costume, color scheme, lighting, and material textures.
  3. Film stills from actual film shoot, portraying final product and the actualization of initial mood boards.

NOTE: The following slides are for a new film called "City Girl", currently in post-production.

Film Example

Written, storyboarded, produced, directed, performed and edited by Justine Lucas.
A short film style music video set in the late 1940's in a San Francisco speakeasy.

Schedule an Interview

(415) 590-1431

justinefiddle@gmail.com