Joyce Lubotzky is a Sydney-based painter and photographer studying fine arts at the National Art School. In 1990 she completed her diploma in ceramic design from The University of Johannesburg and worked on shaping objects and domestic vessels of her own design.
She emigrated to Australia in 2003.
In Australia she developed an interest in photography and, in particular, the placement and composition of objects in space.
Her interests in creating shapes and form and capturing dynamic composition have met in the happy medium of painting. Using oil paints on a range of surfaces, Joyce’s work aims to investigate contemporary still life as a visual allegory for memory and perception.