Lucinda Burgess lives in London and Bath. Having started out as a painter, she is now working primarily in three dimensions.
AWARDS & RESIDENCIES
2019 Artist of the Month. Art.earth
2019 Funded residency/exhibition, Transition. Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall.
2019 Aesthetica Art Prize, York. Longlist for Anthology Publication.
2018 Black Swan Arts Open
2018 Interview for Interalia Magazine. Selected by Richard Bright.
2017 Jerwood Drawing Prize. Travelling nationwide exhibition. Selectors, Michael Simpson, Helen Legg, Dr. David Dibosa.
2017 Grant awarded for Artist in Residence, Chateau Orquevaux, France
2017 ArtReveal Magazine. Artist Interview. Selected by Ann Grahm and Tero Koskinen.
2017 Edge Gallery Lecture, Bath University. Selected by Bath Artists’ Studios.
2017 Jerwood Visual Arts Bursary Prize. Shortlisted.
2016 MRBS http://rbs.org.uk
2014 Winner of Porthleven Prize. Fully funded art residency in Cornwall. Judges; Angela Cockayne, Dan Allen, Pat Singh, Helen Statham.
2007 Winner of Gold medal and ‘Best in Category’ for co-designed sculpture and show garden at Chelsea Flower Show.
2007 Winner of Gold medal for co-designed show garden at Hampton Court.
2002 Winner of APL (Association of Professional Landscapers) award for plant installation at Kew Gardens.
COMMISSIONS & COLLECTIONS
2017 Commissioned by the Osborne Group to create a large scale public sculpture in the harbour of Porthleven, Cornwall.
2014 Beaux Art Gallery, Maddox St. London acquired chain sculpture.
2007 Commissioned by Harpac International to collaborate in the creation of a sculpture and garden at Chelsea Flower Show.
2006 Commissioned by the Halifax to collaborate in the creation of a sculptural garden at Chelsea Flower Show.
2002 Commissioned by Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew to create a large outdoor colour installation; ‘Floral Colour Spectrum’.
2019 Transition. Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall. Selected by Blair Todd.
2019 Aesthetica Art Prize. Longlist screened on monitors. York.
2019 Miniscule. Cross Lane Projects, Kendal. Curated by Vanya Balogh.
2019 Miniscule 2. Venice Biennale Fringe.
2019 Drawing Matter. No Format Gallery, London
GROUP AND SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2018 Black Swan Arts Open. Frome, Somerset. Selected by Debbie Hillyerd, Johnny Messum, Steve Burden, Michael Eavis and Sue Conrad.
2018 Forms Assembled in the Light. Prize for Art and Architecture, selected by KPP Architects and Sunnybank Mills Gallery, Leeds
2018 Stroud Valley Arts Open Studios in May.
2018 SFSA Drawing Open 2018. No Format Gallery, Deptford, London.
2018 Embracing the Underdog. Q-Park, Soho, London. Selected by The London Group