Vicky Lovatt

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Vicky Lovatt started her career as a painter in 1999. For many years she consistently entered her pieces into the Open Weekend auction for staff at Moorcroft Heritage Centre. Her persistence paid off, and she would soon become a designer there. Much of Vicky’s inspiration comes from the universe, planets, and astronomy. Many of her creations use bird and animals for a subject matter, this trend being seen throughout her portfolio. One highlight of her career so far was the design of nine giant ceramic floral globes for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show garden.

Many of Vicky Lovatt’s designs are of a floral nature, but with an exotic querk. Unusual nature can be found in many of her works such as her Forever England Range. This range provides a tribute to the centenary of WW1 in an extremely touching way, the vast golden field of England of a bygone era alive with scarlet red poppies. Vicky loves to work with both nature and bright colours, and this is nowhere better represented than in her Costa Rica Collection. Here you will find a world full of life, gargling amphibians alongside tropical birdsong and the gentle flutter of insect wings. Bring the mountains and forests of Japan into your home when you purchase these hand-painted lamps.