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.


Lucy Unwin grew up on an arable farm in rural Essex before moving to Oxfordshire in 2010. Lucy studied Fine Art Sculpture at Winchester School of Art Graduating in 2006 and has been working as a professional sculptor ever since. Lucy takes regular trips to Pietrasanta, Italy to source materials and hire a studio space for several weeks.

Lucy has sold work internationally to Europe, the USA and the Carribean as well as being commissioned a monumental sculpture for public display in Iceland. Lucy is now represented by Messum’s and notable exhibitions include ‘on form’ exhibition, Glyndebourne Opera Festival and Uddenskulptur 2012, Sweden.



The Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden