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Lucy Stevens’ art practice examines the acoustic ecology of the natural environment, in particular the songs of birds to demonstrate the value of nature and promote wildlife conservation. Her practice uses field recording, digital illustration, drawing and printmaking as a tool to interpret bird vocalisations through visualising their songs and calls.

Latest news:

Original artworks and prints for sale by Lucy Stevens at Watch This Space, fashion and accessory boutique and gallery, 6 Silver Walk, Leicester LE1 5EW.

March-May 2016: Red Fody and Herring Gull, Hammerkop and White-faced Whistling Duck and The Swithland Wood Recordings have all been selected to be exhibited at New Walk Museum’s Open 27 Exhibition.

April 2016 The Red Species List, a new commission from Attenborough Arts Centre to explore the songs of endangered birds, using Indian classical, traditional and folk music, field recordings, printmaking and video to visualise birdsong as part of a concert.

Recent commissions, exhibitions and residencies:

January 2016: Cuckoo song monoprints exhibited as part of the International Postcard Show 2016 at the Surface Gallery, Nottingham.

November 2015: Red Fody and Hammerkop and Feral Pigeons under Lancaster Road bridge exhibited as part of ‘Concrete Nature’ at Stamford Art Centre, Lincolnshire, to coincide with New Networks for Nature.