Lucy Casson studied at Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts and at the Hereford College of Art. Her work is highly collectable by private collectors and institutions including the Victoria & Albert Museum. She utilises various found objects; tin cans, sheet metal, wood and wire to create her wonderfully humorous pieces which are in essence three dimensional cartoons of everyday situations often involving endearingly naughty dogs.
“I observe. Some ideas stick and form themselves into the physical. Characters find objects and materials adapt. Humour seems to bubble up and arrive. Recently I have been incorporating ceramic elements,often in the form of stairs.”