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LUCY UNWIN


Fengari

Fengari

Portoro Marble
70cm x 62cm x 22cm

Statement

My latest designs see the amalgamation of natural forms such as eroded sea shells and fossils, combined with the subtle curves and lines of the human body. Often plant like in their structure these organic shapes represent the ever present influences of our natural environment on the human body, be it both physical and emotional. 

 

Biography

2016on form, Asthall Manor.
2016Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden.
2015Scarlet Hotel, Cornwall
2015RSMA Open Exhibition, The Mall Gallery, London
2015Summer Exhibition, Delamore Arts, Devon.
2015Permanent commission for Ellesmere College, Shropshire.
2015'Summer Exhibition' Moncrieff Bray Gallery, west Sussex.
20142 Permanent Sculptures for St Mary's School, Cambridge.
20145 Site specific sculptures commissioned for Babraham Institute, Cambridge.
2014'A celebration of Sculpture' Doddington Hall.
2014Garsington Opera House, Wormsley Estate.
2013OnForm, London. The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras.
2012Sculpture at Doddington Hall, Lincolnshire
2012Skulpturpark, Hunnebostrand, Sweden
2012'On Form' Asthall Manor, Oxfordshire
2012Glynedebourne Opera House
2012Site specific commission for Hotel Geysir, Iceland.
2011'Life' exhibition, Delfina Gallery, London.
2011Moncrieff-Bray Gallery, West Sussex.
2011Commission for Weatherspoons, 'The Swatters Car', Middlesbrough.
2011'Fresh Air 2011' Quenington, Gloucestershire.
2011'Sculpture at The Grove', London.
2009‘Shadow Casting Performance’, collaboration with John Taylor & Joel Gray, Area10, Peckham, London.
2009'Summer Exhibition', Limberhurst Art Centre, Cambridheshire.
2009The Hunter Gallery, Long Melford.
2008Collect4 Exhibition, The Empire Gallery, London.
2008The Bergh Apton Sculpture Trail, Norfolk.
2008Commission for Winchester University.
2009The Sculpture Show, Gloucestershire & Kent.

 

Lucy Unwin was born in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk and grew up in East Anglia, she now works in her studio in the inspirational Cotswold countryside. Lucy studied Fine Art Sculpture at Winchester School of Art graduating in 2006 with a BA in Fine Art Sculpture. Since graduation she has continued to develop her work in both metal and stone, taking several trips to Pietrasanta, Italy to source materials and develop her stone carving skills. Lucy has sold work internationally to Europe, the USA and the Caribbean as well as being commissioned a monumental sculpture for public display in Iceland. Reputable exhibitions include Onform 2012 & 2013, Glyndebourne Opera Festival and Uddenskupltur 2012, Sweden.