Our Sculptors

Lucy Glendinning MRSS

A sculptor and installation artist, working on exhibition and commissions including large scale public works. She works dominantly with the figure as a tool for investigating psychological and philosophical themes.
Contact telephone
01458223341
Discipline
Architectural/Monumental/Relief
Conceptual
Figurative/Realism
Installation/Land/Site-specific
Material
Bronze
Glass
Mixed media
Steel
Wood/Paper
Region
South West

Lucy Glendinning lives and works in Somerset.  

Lucy has exhibited in extensively in Europe, in USA, and Asia, has representation in Europe. Regularly exhibiting at art fairs and in museums. Including the Ashmolean Museum, Royal Academy London , Grand Rapids Art Museum, USA,  Abbaye Saint-Riquier, , La Halle Saint Peirre Museum, Paris, and Halle14, Leipzic, Centre d’art Contemporaian, France, Boras Museum of Modern Art, Sweden, Meymac France, and Meijer Sculpture Gardens USA and The Saatchi Gallery London.

Lucy has completed eleven public commissions throughout the UK, which have won several awards including The Civic Trust Award in 2009, and 2011, the Landscape Institute Award in 2010 and 2011, and a ‘Red Rose award’ in 2011.

Recently in 2018 Lucy has had a solo exhibition at Da-End Gallery in Paris and a large exhibition at Villa Tamaris Museum of Contemporary Art in Toulon, curated by Evelyne Auraud. Also, in group exhibitions Kalmar Konstmuseum, Chateau du Rivau, Chatue De Maison and is currently exhibiting at Museum Kranenburgh.

My sculpture takes the human form as its starting point and its tool.  

My point of departure is not an idiosyncratic impulse but a reflection, a thought fuelled by my interest in new philosophical questions, medical information or psychological studies.   

I am drawn to the visceral nature of sculpture, how it can occupy a space - change the feel of the space it occupies. My work is derived from research and exploration into the human condition and our possible futures.

I have a classical approach to the manipulation of materials and look to use craft to help draw and engage the viewer to experience the sculpture or installation.