Camie Lyons

Sydney-based artist Camie Lyons skillfully weaves elements of strength and fragility in her work. Her sculptures are made from found Australian native branches, which she bends and binds into arresting forms, then casts in bronze—a process that can take several months. The finished works serve as a wellspring of inspiration for her charcoal drawings.

A collection of Camie's custom-designed pieces have found a permanent home in selected Trenery stores. Our film below captures Camie in her studio, exploring the creation of art from nature, her passion for welding, and unearthing beauty in imperfection.

Artwork by Camie Lyons. Courtesy of the artist and Australian Galleries, Sydney.

Camie Lyons

Camie Lyons explores diverse mediums such as sculpture, painting, and drawing. An avid traveller, her artistic journey spans the globe, including residencies in Sweden, Bulgaria, Tasmania, and in 2019, at the historic Haefligers cottage in Hill End, NSW, which led to her first solo regional exhibition at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery.

Most recently, Camie was the winner of  'Sculpture at Scenic World' in the Blue Mountains (2021) and the Mount Eyre Art Prize (2023). She has also been awarded Highly Commended at both the Hawkesbury Art Prize and 'Sculpture in the Garden', held at Rosby Vineyard, Mudgee (2023). Her work graces public and private collections worldwide.

“The whole process begins with me walking in the bush. When you're going out on those great, long walks, you start breathing in time with it, your footprints are making a beat, you start this whole rhythm of collecting.”

A collection of Camie Lyons' custom-designed pieces have found a permanent home in selected Trenery stores. Camie's work also features in our July Lookbook.