Monique Luck is a collage artist and muralist whose colorful works focus on figures captured in emotive moments from real-life experiences of Luck and her models. Her work has been exhibited at institutions nationally including the African American Museum, Dallas, Texas, the South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, South Carolina; the Heinz History Center Museum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture, Charlotte, North Carolina. Her work as a public muralist with the Sprout Fund was featured in the PBS documentary It’s the Neighborhoods and she recently completed a public art installation in Charlotte at the Renaissance West Community Initiative. In Pittsburgh, she was awarded a grant from the Multicultural Arts Initiative to create a permanent mural, was honored with an emerging artist scholarship for the Three Rivers Arts Festival, and was one of twenty-five women recognized by the Women and Girls Foundation at their celebration of “Women in the Material World” at Carnegie Music Hall. Luck was selected by Creative Loafing readers as Charlotte’s favorite visual artist in 2014, and was honored with inclusion in the 2018 ArtPop Street Gallery Billboard project in Charlotte and ArtFields in Lake City, South Carolina.