The Meek

by Cathy Lewis


DIMENSIONS: 45 x 30 inches (114.3 x 76.2 cm)
MEDIUM: Jesmonite and paint


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Lewis’ work examines cultural identity, the importance of a cultural heritage and how this may be learnt and shared. Encouraging her audience to examine links between the past and the future, her works call into question how the future is consistently propped up by the past.

Her work is figurative, often using groups, verging towards installations. Working in both bronze and jesmonite Lewis is known for flawless representation of form.

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Cathy Lewis, trained at Glasgow and Falmouth Schools of Art.

From 1998 – 2006 Cathy specialised in bronzes of the acrobatic male form in balance.  In 2006 Cathy was commissioned by Charles Church Developments to create a large sculpture for a public site beside the new Registry Office at Holliday Wharf, Birmingham. From late 2009 Cathy’s focus widened to include her series of beautifully modelled life-sized figures of children – all with strong urban or tribal identities.

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