Lucy has always been in awe of the generations who have worked the farms land since the Bronze Age and feels a great affinity and respect for them all.

The landscape which surrounds Lucy’s everyday life informs her work.  Nature influences the flowing shapes which typically evolve into birdlike or botanical forms pared down into a seemingly simplistic state.

Lucy sculpts in both plaster and resin.  Some of her work is fairly delicate and resin is a robust material that can withstand the creative process. 

Many pieces are then subsequently cast in bronze, a process which enhances the delicacy and elegance of her sculpture.

Many of her medium sized pieces work well both indoors as well as out.

Find more information on Lucy’s work here.