The world to be an elaborate web of experiences, a continuous journey exploring our relationship with nature.
Born in Australia to its own unique landscape Lucie developed an intense love of the natural world and a deep spiritual relationship with the land. Lucie grew curious of the vast colours and textures found in nature, developing her own unique relationship. It was in England where Lucie first discovered metal work; inspired by the backdrop of rolling hills, sprawling valleys and ancient woodlands, Shropshire was where Lucie began her creative journey through the traditional art of Blacksmithing and returned to Australia evolving her art to include Jewellery Design. Her work has been featured in Diana Porters “Bug Exhibition” 2019, Vogue, Vanity Fair and GQ Magazine 2018, “New Designers” 2017 and “Shift Exhibition” 2017.
Always fascinated with death, Lucie discovered lost wax casting an ancient technique of metallurgy allowing organic materials to be fossilized to forever live on. Her designs are inspired by the weird and wonderful obscurities that can be found in the natural world and reflect this beauty that often goes unnoticed. Being an observer and collector of organic forms, Lucie creates objects aimed to fascinate, admire and intrigue.
The organic materials Lucie uses are ethically acquired and found by herself or donated to her. Her work seeks to give a voice of life and death in hopes of building a relationship between human and nature.