Lucinda Burgess lives in Bath and Stroud. Having started out as a painter, she is now working primarily in three dimensions.


2019  Artist of the Month.
Funded residency/exhibition, Transition. Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall.
2019  Aesthetica Art Prize, York. Anthology Publication.
2018  Black Swan Arts Open ‘Highly Commended’, selected for solo exhibition 2020.
Interview for Interalia Magazine. Selected by Richard Bright.
Jerwood Drawing Prize. Travelling nationwide exhibition. Selectors, Michael Simpson, Helen Legg, Dr. David Dibosa.
Grant awarded for Artist in Residence, Chateau Orquevaux, France
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.
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.


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 Aesthetica Art Prize. York.
2019 Drawing Matter. no format Gallery, London
2020  Solo Exhibition. Black Swan Arts, Frome
2020  Six Elements. Curated by Ann Symes. Gallery 57, Arundel


2019 Miniscule 2. Venice Biennale. Curated by Vanya Balogh.
Miniscule. Cross Lane Projects, Kendal. Curated by Vanya Balogh.
Transition. Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall. Solo/Upper Gallery. Selected by Blair Todd.
Black Swan Arts Open. Frome, Somerset. Selected by Debbie Hillyerd, Johnny Messum, Steve Burden, Michael Eavis and Sue Conrad.
 Forms Assembled in the Light. Prize for Art and Architecture, selected by KPP Architects and Sunnybank Mills Gallery, Leeds
  Stroud Valley Arts Open Studios. Solo.
2018  SFSA Drawing Open 2018.  No Format Gallery, Deptford, London.
2018  Embracing the Underdog. Q-Park, Soho, London. Selected by The London Group
2018  The Jerwood Drawing Prize. The Edge, Bath. Selected by Michael Simpson, Helen legg and Dr.David Dibosa
2018  Thresholds: The Adjacent Possible. The Tapestry, Liverpool. Selected by Not Just Collective
The Crash. Q-Park, Cavendish Square, London. Selected by Vanya Balogh.
ING Discerning Eye. Mall Galleries, London. Selected by E.Bertrams, N.Coleby, E.Hood, A.Magill, N.Richardson, S.Tait.
Jerwood Drawing Prize, Jerwood Space, London.
2017 Artburst. Solo Exhibition for Painswick Valley Arts.
Artnumber 23. Menier Gallery, London
Take The Temperature. Nau Arts Gallery, Cheltenham.
Stimulus  Municipal Art Gallery of Piraeus, Athens, Greece. Curated by Constantine Anjulatos
Interact. Cultivate Gallery at Coate Studios, Hackney.
The Obsessive Compulsive Practice. Fringe Arts Bath. Selected by Anya Beaumont and Clare Winnan.
Kuuki. Roper Gallery, Bath. Selected by Eleanor Mawby
Something Black. OrganArt, London. 
Line, Point and Plane. Nunnery Gallery, Bow Arts, London. Catalogue essay, Rachel Withers, Q&A with Frances Richardson.
WWOOMAFAABSU Exhibition. Oxo Tower Wharf, London. Selected by Dexter Dalwood, Maria Lalic & Roger Clarke.
Minimalism in Architectural Space. Fringe Arts Bath. Curated by Kjersti Crossley.
2016 Pay and Display. Open call. Centrespace Gallery, Bristol. Curated by Ruth Piper.
2015 Artmasters. Truman Brewery, London. Curated by Anna Fairchild.
2015 Annual Autumn Open. Royal West of England Academy, Bristol.
2015 Art + Work. Burgess, Pearson and Haines. Museum of Bath at Work, Bath. Catalogue essay, Prof Mike Tooby.
2014 Winter Exhibition. Beaux Art Gallery, London 2014. Curated by Reg Singh.
2014 Water. Global Academy of Liberal Arts, Bath.  Curated by Professor Anita Taylor.
2014 Porthleven Residency Exhibition at ‘CAST’, (Cornubian Arts and Science Trust), Helston, Cornwall, run by Teresa Gleadowe.
2014 A Peripatetic Encounter. O3 Gallery, Oxford. Curated by Helen Statham.
2013 Big Deal 5. Q-Park. London. Curated by Vanya Balogh and Cedric Christie.
2013 The Map is not the Territory. 44AD Gallery. Bath.
2005 SMOG. The Arndean Gallery, 23 Cork Street, London.
1988 Chelsea Gardner Gallery, London.
1986 Bath Academy Fine Art. Victoria Art Gallery, Bath.


2016  Line Point and Plane. Nunnery Gallery, Bows Art London
The Courts, National Trust. Sculpture park in the arboretum.


2009-17 Bath Artists Studios. Drawing.
2010-11  Bath University. Landscape Design.
2009-11 Garden Design School, London and Bristol. Planting Design.
2009-12 Wiltshire College Trowbridge. Fine Art Foundation and Adult Learning .
1989-2000  Aukana Trust. Oriental Philosophy and Meditation.
1989 Soundwell Technical College, Bristol. Art Teaching.
1988 Godolphin and Latymer School, London. Art Teaching.


2014 Master of Fine Art. (Distinction) Bath School of Art and Design
2002 HNC Garden Design and Planning. (Distinction). Wiltshire College
1987 Art Teachers’ Post Graduate. Goldsmiths College, University of London.
1986 BA Hons Fine Art. Bath Academy of Art