Member Royal Society of Sculptors
BA Sculpture, Brighton (tutor: Sir Anthony Gormley)
MA History and Theory of Art, Chelsea
Louise was the artist selected to represent UK in the G7 of Art, Italy, 2017. She won the Lorenzo Il Magnifico Gold, 1st place for Sculpture at the Florence Biennale, October 2017. In April 2018, she received an ATIM International Award for Contemporary Art at the Museum of Art and Design New York. She has been a Member of the Royal Society of Sculptors since 2010
A body cast sculptor, Louise is predominantly known for life casting - covering famous people (such as Michael Portillo, Heather Mills, Eddie the Eagle Edwards), models and private clients with plaster. She then makes a copy of her model covered with biographical and other imagery which is cast into bronze. She works a lot with high achieving sportsman and her most widely reported show, ‘Body Casting Olympians’ at the Mall Galleries London 2012, featured collaborative work produced with Team GB models including Dame Kelly Holmes and Kriss Akabusi MBE.
Louise also produces smaller or larger than life sized figures and heads for interior and exterior display. Her latest body of work focuses on the regenerative and healing nature of gardens, with figures woven through with flowers and other growing forms.
She exhibits, and is collected internationally, both as a sculptor and draughtsman. Her drawings are usually from observation, comparatively small, complex and overlap like the surface design on her sculptures.