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Lucy Stevens

Guillemot (Rising Scottish Sea Temperatures)

Guillemot (Rising Scottish Sea Temperatures)

Original: Photography and mixed media (household paint, wax pastel, pencil, Indian ink, and collage) onto Fabriano 310gsm paper. Created in 2021.

Size (in light grey wood frame): 57.9 x 76.8 cm with mirror plates.

Tag details: Leicester Museum | Guillemot (species: Uria Aalge Aalge). Locality: Bilbster, Caithness in Scotland. Sex: Male. The date that the specimen became part of the permanent collection at New Walk Museum: 1967.

Exhibited at StudionAme as part of a solo exhibition to explore the effects of climate change on bird species. Working in collaboration with scientists and experts in the natural world from the British Trust of Ornithology and the Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust.

This abstract artwork comes with an individual handwritten thank you note from Lucy. Each work is an original and hand made by Lucy, in Leicester at her artist studio.

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