Lyn Constable Maxwell



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Lyn Constable Maxwell...

"I am a figurative sculptor, working primarily in bronze. I aim to interpret the wishes of my commissioning client both imaginatively and architecturally. I am delighted to welcome visitors to my studio in France, or meet clients in England. My work is suitable for gardens, schools, hospitals and churches. I also produce smaller presentation pieces to commemorate special occasions."

Studied at:
The Byam Shaw School of Art.
Hammersmith College of Art and Building.
Heatherly Art School.

Appointments and awards:
Diploma Venice Biennale.
Artist in Residence Winchester Cathedral.
Prince of Wales award for The Aberfan Memorial.

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Solo exhibitions:
The Bury St Gallery, London 1983 and 1987.
The Newbury Festival 1990.
Winchester Cathedral 1997.
Winchester Cathedral 2001.

Public commissions include:
EagleTrophy, Scottish Businessman's award. Sponsored by J&B Rare.
St. Michael, Chapel of St. Michael's Mount Cornwall.
The Four Evangelists at St Michael's Church, North Cadbury, Somerset.
The Aberfan Memorial, Memorial Gardens,Wales.
Crucified and Risen Christ. All Saints, London Colney.
The Stations of the Cross. St. Gregory's Church, Alresford, Hampshire.
'Famine'. presented to The Balfour Museum Winchester, Hampshire.
Baptismal Font. The R.C. Church, Ringwood, Hampshire.

"....a singular and evocative artist whose work praises the grave and expressive movement of the body whilst showing a deep understanding of suffering and human frailty."

London City Recorder 1986

"Lyn Constable Maxwell responds equally to the inner and outer worlds with a most sensitive awareness of their relationships. This intuitive perception is the outstanding quality of her drawings from life and her sculptures. Intense interest in the object which engages her feelings imbues her work with a deep compassion, as well as an understanding of rhythm as the basis of life, and of the essential bond between man and nature."

Anne Baring

"I wish to give form to the inner energy, that runs like an emotional artery through images from mythology, the dance, and human relationships."

L.C.M. 1985