Lorna Green is a sculptor and environmental artist whose main interest is in Art in Public Places. I have worked throughout the UK as well as overseas in both urban and rural landscapes, indoors and outdoors and have made sculptures which have been both permanent and temporary including many symposia.
Lorna has worked the length and breadth of the UK as well as in Australia several times, New Zealand, Canada, China, Korea, Japan, Hungary, Italy, France also several times, Germany three times, the former Yugoslavia, Italy, Lithuania, Ireland, Austria, The Netherlands, Lapland and Gran Canaria. She is happy to continue to work and explore other countries and continents. Lorna is also a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors.
‘My sculpture is site specific in that it relates totally to the site taking into consideration the architecture, the landscape, the history, economy, ecology or mythology of the area. I use a wide variety of materials relevant to the project – wood, stone, bricks, steel, bronze, planting, rope, sand, water, glass, light, plastics, even feathers, silk flowers and drinks cans, and snow, etc. and enjoy working on both large and small scale.’
‘Recently I have incorporated specially composed music to be played by musicians within my projects and have been awarded the MAFA Dr Barbara Oldham Bursary 2017 for “Quarry“, a stone, video and music sculpture installation.’