Margaret Lovell (b. 1939)
Margaret Lovell b. 1939
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Margaret Lovell is an award-winning sculptor and a Fellow of the Royal Society of British Sculptors. She studied at the West of England College of Art before going to the Slade School of Fine Art in London (1960's) and later the Academy of Fine Art in Florence, having won an Italian State Scholarship. She also studied and travelled in Greece for a year on a scholorship given by the Greek government. She has carried out commissions across the UK, Europe and the USA. These include a 6m bronze Spinnaker for Grafham Water, Cambs ; a 2m bronze for Barclays Bank in Bristol and the World Sailing Championship Trophies for John Player and Sons. More recently she has been commissioned to make award sculptures for Unilever which have been sent all over the world. Her work is largely in bronze, but she also carves stone, alabaster, slate and marble. Her sculptures are inspired by natural forms often simplified to form undulating planes using polished edges to simulate a precis of the slender curvature, producing a remarkably stunning effect. Margaret Lovell has had several solo exhibitions in London and the provinces.