NATURE SHAPES is a new exhibition of work by Lyn Holly Coorg and Si Uwins. Scroll down for the full exhibition.

Nature Shapes brings together the work of photographer Lyn Holly Coorg and sculptor Si Uwins in a beautiful new show that explores the ways in which nature shapes our landscape. 

Lyn’s painterly photographs reflect the importance of nature in her life as she charts the way that natural structures are formed and moulded by the elements. The resulting shapes reveal trees that are forever changed but have shown the self-reliance, determination and tenacity to survive. 

Si Uwins translates his extensive knowledge and love of plant life into imaginary and fantastical seed and pod-like structures. His affinity with the materials he uses enables him to produce work that not only complements the beauty of wood but also tests its strength and structure to the extreme. 

Due to current government restrictions, the exhibition is installed in our gallery and shown ‘through the windows’ until such time that we are allowed to welcome you into the gallery. The work is available to purchase by card payments and bank transfer – click and collect by email to

For a PDF list of works with prices, download here: NatureShapesPriceList

Lyn Holly Coorg Photography.

All photographs are for sale as limited edition signed prints with the certificate of authenticity attached.  All artwork is produced using archival print on C-Type Fuji Lustre photographic paper printed by Spectrum. Prices below (other sizes available POA).

Mounted and unframed: print on 12mm MDF with split battens for hanging: A1 (841 x594mm) £350 / A2 (594x420mm) £250 / A4 (210 x297mm) £150.

Mounted and framed: print on 5mm foamboard in a floating frame with no glass: A1 (841 x594mm) £350 / A2 (594x420mm) £250 / A4 (210 x297mm) £150.

Framed in a box frame with no glass: 180x180mm £30

Si Uwins Sculpture

Each of Si’s sculptures is inspired by the shape and grain of the raw material which, with his knowledge of its structural capabilities, guides him to its finished form. Some works appear to be finely balanced – secured by steel rods anchoring them to the ground and allowing them to grow delicately skywards. With the hollow forms he works the sculptures extensively, paring down each piece to the least amount of wood imaginable revealing the most delicate lace-like structures. The resulting contrast of strength and lightness, solidity and space creates distinctive architectural forms.

Click on the images below for more detail of materials, size and price.