Blanc de Chine, a Continuous Conversation, V&A Museum

Thursday, 5 September 2019 – Sunday, 10 May 2020

This display showcases historic pieces from the V&A’s Asian and European ceramics collections, as well as a selection of new works by contemporary makers including: Babs Haenen, Lucille Lewin, Liang Wanying, Jeffry Mitchell, Su Xianzhong, and Peter Ting. Retelling the story of porcelain-making in Dehua, this display will build a bridge between the past and the current, tradition and innovation, and breaking the boundary of Chinese and non-Chinese ceramic practices.

‘Finding form’

Interview with rakesprogress Magazine

Interview with Tom Loxley about my work and nautre.

Issue 10 -

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‘Sculpting with Style’

Interview with Goldie Magazine

A slightly bonkers but important message from this fabulous magazine celebrating the 2nd half of life.

London Craft Week 2019

Lucille Lewin: in conversation with rakesprogress Magazine

Wednesday 8 May, 6.30pm

Join artist Lucille Lewin in her studio as she discusses her life and work, in conversation with Victoria Gaiger and Tom Loxley, the editors of rakesprogress magazine. Known for her organic sculptures, Lucille’s work is in demand all over the world, but much of her inspiration derives from her reverence for the natural world she finds on her doorstep.

The Resurgence of Ceramics: Taking Over the Fine Art World

Thursday 9 May, 6.00pm

The Young Masters Arts Prize presents Matt Smith and Lucille Lewin at The Arts Club, Dover Street. They will be joined by curator, Stephen Feeke and the Craft Council’s Natalie Melton. The panel will be moderated by Young Masters curator and judge, Preston Fitzgerald.

Hole and Corner Issue 17

Hole & Corner magazine

Issue 17: Elements

5th edition


June-July 2018

After Nyne Podcast - Artists in conversation

Hosted by the Dover Arts Club, London as part of London Craft Week 2018

Lucille was joined by Young Masters ceramicists Jo Taylor and Tessa Eastman in conversation with the Crafts Council UK’s Daniella Wells and collector and curator Preston Fitzgerald


Interview with HOUSE AND LEISURE Magazine

March 2018

A wonderful article written by Helen Jennings for House & Leisure Magazine South Africa

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After Nyne Podcast at Collect 2018

February 2018

Featuring Lucille Lewin in conversation with collector/curator, Preston Fitzgerald

‘In good form’

Interview with House & Garden Magazine, South Africa

February 2018



22 - 25 February 2018

Lucille is delighted to announce that she will be showing with the Cynthia Corbett Gallery at Collect 2018.
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SOLO SHOW at connollY

1 December 2017 - February 2018

Lucille's first solo show at Connolly, in Isabelle Ettedgui's wonderful townhouse in the centre of Mayfair, will be present work from her new series, The Time Between Time. 


interview with because london

12 December 2018

Because London talks about Lucille's first solo show at Connolly and work from her new series, The Time Between Time.

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‘White MaGIC’

interview with the Financial times

2 december 2017

FT Weekend discusses Lucille's career as an emerging sculptor as well as her new work, The Time Between Time, currently showing at Connolly.

interview with Emerging Potters magazine

1 October 2017

Issue 8 (Oct-December) profiles recent RCA graduate and Young Masters prize winner Lucille's career as an emerging sculptor.
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That's Not My Age INTERview

1 September 2017

Creative Women: Lucille Lewin on fashion, art and achieving an MA in ceramics at 69...
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Clay Craft Magazine Article

1 September 2017

Issue 6: Feature in this month's issue about emerging graduate prize winners.
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1 August 2017

The Daily Mail reflects on Lucille's past career as the founder of Whistles and her reinvention as a sculptor and Young Master.
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The Centre of Ceramic Art article

6 July 2017

COCA article feature, written by Paul Bailey.
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Emerging potters magazine ARTICLE

2 July 2017

Issue7: Reviews of shows and makers with a feature on Lucille Lewin as the winner of the Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramic Prize 2017.
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interview with the Evening Standard

27 June 2017

The Evening Standard features Lucille's accomplishmentsand transformation from fashion boss to her new rapidly emerging career as a sculptor, with the recent completions of a Masters degree at the Royal College of Art and winning the Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramic Prize 2017.

Crafts council weekly round up

23 June 2017

Synthesis features in this week's Craft Council Weekly Round Up.


lucille receives recognition at the royal academy

22 June 2017

Lucille Lewin at the Royal Academy of Art, receiving recognition from the judges of the Young Masters Art Prize.

Lucille wins young masters MAYLIS GRAND ceramicS prize

21 June 2017

"Lucille Lewin has been announced as the winner of the £1,500 Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize, which is supported by collector and philanthropist Maylis Grand. This strand of the Young Masters Art Prize was launched in 2014 to give a separate platform for ceramics and highlight the creative and innovative potential of this artistic medium. She was chosen from 10 shortlisted artists for her work that the judges described as 'completely original'

The judges, Janice Blackburn, former Curator of Arts and Crafts at Sotheby's; collector Preston Fitzgerald; collector and philanthropist, Maylis Grand and the Crafts Council's Daniella Wells, continued: 'We were looking for originality and a strong voice and we were in total harmony about our choice of winner. Lucille's work is experimental, beautifully made and totally original; this is work with a future.'

Lucille Lewin's work is the result of research into the origins into 18th century European porcelain and the alchemists who invented it.  Her pieces, which combine porcelain with other media including glass and salt crystals, references the Victorian Cabinet of Curiosities and the early microscopic photographs of the natural world by Karl Blosfeldt."

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