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Lucy Glendinning was born in 1964 and lives and works in Somerset. She studied Fine Art Sculpture at University of the West of England, Bristol. After leaving college, she worked for Elizabeth Frink in a bronze foundry, learning how to do casting. She has exhibited extensively including at the Ashmolean Museum, Royal Academy London, Grand Rapids Art Museum, USA, Abbaye Saint-Riquier, La Halle Saint Pierre Museum, Paris, Halle14, Leipzig, Centre d’Art Contemporian, France, Boras Museum of Modern Art, Sweden, Meijer Sculpture Gardens, USA and the Saatchi Gallery London. Glendinning has completed 11 public commissions throughout the UK, which have won several awards including the Civic Trust Award in 2009, and 2011, the Landscape Institute Award in 2010 and 2011, and a ‘Red Rose Award’ in 2011. Most recently, she has had a solo exhibition at Da-End Gallery in Paris and a large exhibition at Villa Tamaris Museum of Contemporary Art in Toulon.