Livvy Fink is a sculptor living and working in East London. Her work spans a number of scales from environmental playgrounds to intricate works in hot and cold glass. She has studied at The Royal College of Art and The University of Brighton, while also learning bohemian kiln cast glass techniques at The School of Applied Arts in Zelezny Brod, Czech Republic.
Inspired by the ability of the physical world to spark creative imagination, her glass work leads you to discover an unfamiliar landscape made up of complex but familiar forms: frozen moments occurring somewhere between liquid and solid states, where passing light is fragmented by a myriad of intricate surfaces suspended within the glass.
In parallel to this she has also been involved with many creative projects - working with community groups and schools on public art initiatives, installations, workshops and festivals. She also lectures in glass at Havering College and has taught sculpture at Work Skills Learning and HMP Holloway, London.
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