Lucy Gray

Born: 1963
Place of Birth: Oxford

Lucy Gray lives and works on the West Coast of Scotland where she creates her mixed media sculptures. Lucy studied sculpture at The Central School of Art and Design, London where she received the Phoebe Llewellyn sculpture prize. She then subsequently trained in furniture restoration and has worked on various projects from using the finest Japanese lacquer to gilding a palace in Kuwait. Her specialist work as a master gilder and lacquer restorer are clearly reflected in her work.

Lucy's work is held in numerous private collections, both nationally and internationally.

"I sculpt with a combination of materials because the textures excite me. My aim is that my work should never be pretty but always be beautiful. Shells are voices, pearls the spirit, and flowers the fruits of the spirit."

  • Halo
    Lucy Gray

    Halo

    2017
    Oak, jesmonite 730 and gold leaf
    H:163cm W:64cm D:26cm
    £5,850
    Photograph: Ewen Munro
  • Converse
    Lucy Gray

    Converse

    2017
    Redwood, Jesmonite 730 and gold leaf
    H:150cm W:27cm D:27cm
    £2,950
    Photograph: Ewen Munro
  • The Gaelic Calling
    Lucy Gray

    The Gaelic Calling

    2017
    Jesmonite 730, pigments and gold leaf
    H:54cm W:103cm D:42cm
    £5,850
    Photograph: Ewen Munro
  • Meditation
    Lucy Gray

    Meditation

    2017
    Jesmonite 730 and gold leaf
    H:45cm W:70cm D:6cm
    £2,500 for the pair
    Photograph: Ewen Munro
  • Disciples
    Lucy Gray

    Disciples

    2017
    Jesmonite 730, threaded stainless steel pigments, gold leaf and palladium leaf
    H:93cm W:140cm D:20cm
    £5,600
    Photograph: Ewen Munro
  • Trinity I, II & III
    Lucy Gray

    Trinity I, II & III

    2017
    Jesmonite 730, pigments and palladium leaf
    H:61 – 66cm W:75 – 102cm D:27 – 61cm
    Sold
    Photograph: Ewen Munro
  • Lucy Gray gilding in her studio
    Lucy Gray

    Lucy Gray gilding in her studio

    2017
    Photograph: Ewen Munro