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Haus of Lucy

Lucy Bryant (Haus of Lucy) is a contemporary multi-media artist and graphic designer. Although having graduated from the University of Derby, she is less defined by her formal art training than by her loose, creative approach and varied influences, which include Pop Art, celebrity culture, politics and everyday life.

Lucy’s series of figurines appropriates unloved, kitsch, unfashionable ceramic ornaments and breathes new life into them. A small boy holding a bird becomes a zombie with a handful of glistening entrails whilst a knight on horseback becomes a member of the Met Police.

Lucy has responded to the global pandemic by creating several Covid-19 themed figurines; a mother and child becomes a harassed mum working from home, juggling spreadsheets with the demands of a two year old, whilst a lady and gentleman on a sofa are transformed into a couple doing an online quiz whilst snacking on Percy Pigs.

Lucy’s art subverts the everyday and the banal, always striving to disrupt the ordinary and create something entirely new.

 

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Objects for sale

Ceramic figure of a young boy wearing 18th century-like clothes and looking cherubic, accept for the handful of intestines he's eating from his left hand.

Zombie Boy

Medium: Ceramic figurine, polymer clay, ceramic paint, photographic paper

Dimensions: h 20 d 8 w 7

£250.00

Modern take on a ceramic figure of a night. A modern police officer is riding a horse in a helmet with sword and shield - but the uniform is the modern police uniform, the horse is emblazoned with the branding of the UK police and the police officer has a walkie-talkie.

Sir Tasealot

Medium: Ceramic figurine, polymer clay, ceramic paint, photographic paper

Dimensions: h 21 d 15 w 8

£350.00

Light-hearted ceramic figure of two people on a date. The details are modern - they are holding a laptop, Percy Pig sweets, and there are bottles of modern alcohol. They are dressed in old-fashioned clothing, seated on an old-fashioned settee and look straight out of the 1700s.

Quiz Night

Medium: Ceramic figurine, polymer clay, ceramic paint, photographic paper

Dimensions: h 17 d 10 w 16

Sold
Two separate figurines, one feminine and one masculine, dressed in traditional, old-school clothes but also holding incongruous modern objects such as popcorn.

First Date

Medium: Ceramic figurine, polymer clay, ceramic paint, photographic paper

Dimensions: h 20 d 10 w 22cm

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Ceramic painting figurine of a mother working on her laptop and caring for her child on her lap. The style is old-school and traditional but the actual actions of the figures are modern.

Busy Working Mum

Medium: Ceramic figurine, polymer clay, ceramic paint, photographic paper

Dimensions: h 18 d 12 w13

£300.00