8–23 June 2016
Open Wed–Sat, 10–3
With a career spanning over five decades and with no signs of slowing down, Margaret Lovell has taken deceptively simple forms of nature, and translated them into abstract works of bronze, slate, stone or granite. Using what she observes around her, the resulting sculptures take on a form, a thought, or a movement frozen in time. Highly polished surfaces contrast with saturated patina, and the finished piece is an expression of nature at its most basic element. In addition to the selection of sculptural statements culled from the vast array nature affords, Margaret’s work possesses a symmetry and rhythm that is uniquely her own.