Lucky Rapp is a San Francisco based visual artist with a background in both fashion and art. Her self-taught style is often characterized as being text-based. Her methodology incorporates layers of resin, paint, and acrylic forms that create texture and depth within the dialogue of her work. Lucky’s approach is process oriented and physical. The end result, combines inquisitive statements that play with both language and the potency of graphic communication, while the three-dimensional nature of the layered resin fosters
a sculptural reflective quality.
Lucky’s work has been exhibited in solo and group shows across the United States and Europe, including: Adeeni Design Galerie, Andrea Schwartz Gallery, ARC Gallery, ArtHaus Gallery, ArtZone 461 Gallery, Campfire Gallery, DVC Gallery, DZINE Gallery, Gallery 35, Houston Art Fair, h u g o m e n t o, Los Angeles Affordable Art Fair, Minnesota Street Project Editions, Palette Gallery, Playground Global, San Francisco Art Market, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, Slate Contemporary Gallery, Sloan Miyasato Fine Art, StARTup Art Fair San Francisco, Themes & Projects Gallery, Voss Gallery, and Wescover Gallery. Lucky’s work is in numerous private and corporate collections, including all of Michelin Chef Dominique Crenn’s restaurants (Atelier Crenn, Bar Crenn, and Petit Crenn).
An active member of the San Francisco art community Lucky regularly donates works to annual auctions at Art for Aids, Hospitality House, and ArtSpan.
Born in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she resides, Lucky has traveled extensively throughout Europe and Asia, and has lived and worked in Mannheim and Paris.