Amy Stephens

Amy Stephens’ practice encompasses sculpture, site-specific interventions and works on paper. Often combining organic and synthetic materials such as rock, coloured tape, tree bark, and metal, her work is simultaneously playful and unexpected, responding to features within the natural world through the use of clean lines and geometric forms. We are proud to be exhibiting a new triptych by Stephens at the Thin House, alongside a limited edition print.

Stephens has exhibited internationally and her work is held in numerous collections. She is is a Trustee of the Royal Society of Sculptors and most recently has enjoyed concurrent solo shows in London and Portland, Oregon, USA. She lives and works in South London.

‘something. anything. everything, 2018’, Archival pigment print, edition of 10, 57 x 40cm, £625 (unframed)

Paphos, 2018, Polaroid, wood, paint, flock, bark, 25 x 67 x 12cm, £1400