East Anglian sculptor, Lucy Lutyens, creates natural, organic forms inspired by nature and found objects.
Her surrounding landscape - a medieval farm near Colchester - is where she finds much of her inspiration. With a pared down simplicity, her abstract forms often merely hint at the original sources of their inspiration.
Cast in bronze, Lucy's sculptures are suitable for both interior and exterior display. Larger pieces look equally at home whether viewed as an isolated work of art, or nestled amongst informal planting in a formal setting.
Since first exhibiting her work at Sculpt Gallery in 2013, her sculptures have proved to have wide appeal and she has enjoyed a successful two-artist exhibition at Sculpt Gallery (Simon Bacon & Lucy Lutyens: Shaping the Future, 2014), as well as opportunities to exhibit in the wider region and at major art fairs in London.
Lucy graduated from Colchester School of Art in 2006. She is a direct descendant of the esteemed architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens.