Wall sculpture for façade of the Leatherhead Institute
Designed by Lucy Quinnell. Made by Lucy Quinnell and Adam Boydell with the help of young people from the Leatherhead Youth Project Photo courtesy of June Robinson
The Amesbury Archer
Designed by Lucy Quinnell, with the help of the Amesbury Archer Primary School. Made by Adam Boydell and Lucy Quinnell.
'Bridges' Ironwork, Leatherhead
Concept: Lucy Quinnell, Design and construction: Peter Parkinson, Lawrence Walker, Richard Quinnell, Lucy Quinnell Image courtesy of Andy Newbold Photography
The Dorking Cockerel
Project: Fire and Iron Gallery, Project Manager: Lucy Quinnell, Design and construction: Peter Parkinson, Finishing: Adam Boydell
Design: Lucy Quinnell, Construction / Finishing: Adam Boydell
The Allen Court Arch
Designed and made by Lucy Quinnell and Adam Boydell. Figure of Grant Allen sculpted by Simon Mahoney.
ITV's Avenue of the Stars
Created as a three month installation in London's Covent Garden, to celebrate ITV's 50th birthday.
Hand Arch, North Leatherhead
Designed by Lucy Quinnell, made by Adam Boydell. One of a pair of archways at the entrance to a park. Featuring the real hand shapes of local residents ages 2 - 91.
Sensory Handrails, Leatherhead, Surrey
Designed and made by Lawrence Walker for Fire and Iron. Finishing by Adam Boydell.
'Ginkgo' Panel for the International Pillar of Friendship, Enginuity, Ironbridge, Shropshire
Designed by Lucy Quinnell as one of fourteen panels featured in a monumental British Artist Blacksmiths Association collaboration. Made by Lucy and a BABA team at Ironbridge. The panel represents people of all nations meeting under a clearing sky and holding aloft Ginkgo leaves, a symbol of hope and peace in Japan, where a Ginkgo tree famously sprouted against all the odds at the epicentre of the Hiroshima bomb site.
Swan Arch, Leatherhead
A simple solution to a brief to create an inexpensive sense of 'archway' to an apartment block with a theme of 'swans' (the symbol of Leatherhead). Designed and made by Paul Margetts for Fire and Iron. Finished by Adam Boydell.
The Fire and Iron Garden - RHS Gold Medal Hampton Court 2008
Designed by Lucy Quinnell. Created by Lucy Quinnell, Adam Boydell and Nick Robin, with sculpture by Adam Boydell, Simon Mahoney, Lynn Mahoney, Carlos Dare and Stanger Moore.
Neate's Alley Sign, Leatherhead
Designed by Lucy Quinnell with junior school children and one secondary school student, inspired by the heritage theme of Mr. Neate's abattoir on the site in the 1800s - the stray dogs of the town would wait in what was known as 'Dog Alley' until Mr. Neate threw pig scraps over the wall at tea time. The colours were matched to a vintage nursery rhyme book. Made by Lucy Quinnell, Lawrence Walker and Adam Boydell.
King's Head Sign, Leatherhead
(As Neate's Alley). Inspired by the pub once on this site, where a table was reserved for the clergy!
Clock and wall panel for a primary school
Design: Lucy Quinnell with childen aged 4-10. Inspired by local ecology school history and archaeology, including a Roman villa site.
'Three ways to reach where you want to be' sculpture
Design: Children aged 7-11. Three schools combined to create one new school. The figure on top is hula-hopping with the new school logo. The ladders / slopes / steps represent the different journeys of different people in reaching their own individual goals.
Tree for the Norman Jackson Family Centre
Designed and made by Lucy Quinnell and Adam Boydell. Loop-shaped leaves enable artworks, stories, notes, trinkets and mementos to be tied to the tree by the children who use this creative outdoor space.
Table base - rusted and waxed mild steel
Table base to take a thick, heavy granite top owned by the client. Designed by Lucy Quinnell, made by Adam Boydell.
Chess table with chess piece drawer
Table base to take client's own Indian marble chessboard top. Designed and made by Lucy Quinnell and Adam Boydell.
Occasional table - rusted and waxed mild steel
Small table designed to suit client's own tiles. Designed and finished by Lucy Quinnell, made by Adam Boydell.
TV and video table
Designed and made by Lucy Quinnell and Adam Boydell.
Seat designed and made for 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' garden by Jayne Thomas (winner of The People's Choice at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2010). Designed by Chris Yeomans and Lucy Quinnell, made by Chris Yeomans for Fire and Iron. Galvanized mild steel.
Coatings Care Awards for the British Coatings Federation. Designed by Lucy Quinnell, made by Richard Quinnell and Adam Boydell.
Golden Ronnie Award
Trophy for Giles Andreae to celebrate the 1,000,000th sale of the Purple Ronnie books. Designed by Lucy Quinnell, made by Richard Quinnell.
Fire and Iron New Writing Award
Trophy for new writing at the Leatherhead Drama Festival. Designed by Lucy Quinnell, made by Adam Boydell and sponsored by Fire and Iron .
Trophy for the Sir Michael Caine Drama Awards at the Leatherhead Drama Festival. Designed by Lucy Quinnell, made by Richard Quinnell and Matthew Galpin Photo courtesy of Andy Newbold Photography
Made by Fire and Iron with Radiator Arts for the Olympic Cycling Road Races 2012. Assisted by a work experience student and members of the community.
A Midsummer Night's Dream by Su Blackwell
Matt white iron frame and lectern, made and finished by Adam Boydell, for Su Blackwell's installation for Sotheby's MODERN MAKERS at Chatsworth House.
Designed and produced by Lucy Quinnell for the 'Faith, Hope and Charity' RHS garden by Jayne Thomas (2013).
Candleholder for a chapel at Cambridge Univeristy, created to celebrate the life of a very special and talented young woman. Designed by Lucy Quinnell, made by Adam Boydell.
Dragon for school grounds, designed by Lucy Quinnell from the drawing of the late Thomas, made by Adam Boydell and painted by Lucy with the help of Thomas's brother Jack. The base was buried underground.
Butterfly Arch for the Epsom SANDS Charity. Designed by Lucy Quinnell, made by Chris Yeomans and Adam Boydell, installed by Adam Boydell and Andy Quirk. Butterfly wings made with the help of the wonderful families of SANDS. Galvanised steel and stainless steel.
Royal Army Chaplains' Department Memorial
A memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, to recognise the extraordinary work of past and current Army Chaplains. Iron, steel, stainless steel, 24 carat gold, Cornish slate, laurel and oak. Designed by Lucy Quinnell, and made by Lucy with: Adam Boydell (swords/crook/main frame/sign frames/finishing/slate-cutting/installation) and... Matthew Galpin (swords/crook/main frame), Chris Yeomans (benches), Howell & Bellion (gilding of crook), Anopol (electropolishing of swords), Blastreat (rustproofing of steel elements), JMR Section Benders (rolling of rails), David Gunter and colleagues (photo etching), Delabole Slate (riven slate for the paving), Scott Developments (groundworks), BlueBell Nurseries (trees). We would especially like to thank Graham Woodhall and Mike Colton for their voluntary assistance with this project, the Army Chaplains for being wonderful clients, and the staff, volunteers and visitors at the NMA for their warmth and support throughout.
'JOY' Bench, Chawton House Library
Designed by Lucy Quinnell and made and finished by Chris Yeomans, Adam Boydell and Lucy Quinnell
Flower from 'JOY' Bench, Chawton House Library
'Contemplative Bench', Chawton House Library
A bench for 'The Wilderness' at Chawton House Library. Inspired by an original letter written by Elizabeth Montagu in 1762. Designed by Lucy Quinnell, made and finished by Chris Yeomans and Adam Boydell.
'Contemplative Bench', Chawton House LIbrary
Art Deco-style West Highland Terrier sculpture for private client. Designed and made by Lucy Quinnell and Adam Boydell 2016.