In the mid 80’s Luci Eyers painted at the Slade School of Fine Art, leaving with the Henriques Scholarship. Until the mid ‘90s she painted in London; showing work in group exhibitions, with some solo shows in pop-up venues like Alternative Arts. At this point she veered off to work in the media arts and spent the latter part of the ‘90s making magazines and new media projects under the umbrella of the collectives “everything Magazine” and “low-fi”. This period included residencies and performances at the ICA, and Baltic, Newcastle and among others received funding from Arts Council England to commission new work by artists using technology. In 2006 Eyers co-curated a London wide media arts festival called Node.London.
In 2008 Eyers resumed persistent drawing which has led to the recent series of paintings. 2012-13 was spent as part of the inaugural year of the Turps Studio postgrad painting programme. She is currently painting in London.