- Website: http://www.dianemaclean.co.uk
Diane Maclean works mainly in stainless steel, bringing art and engineering together in her sculptures and installations, in which light, sound and movement are often present.
Diane Maclean is a sculptor and environmental artist. Working mostly on a large scale, she seeks to interpret natural phenomena through industrial materials and media, particular inspiration being the climate and the material of our planet. Her list of public art commissions include works for the cities of Paris, Helsinki, Dundee, Chelmsford and Inverness and Universities of Surrey, Hertfordshire, Stirling and Guelph, Ontario. Recent exhibitions include: Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge; Natural History Museum, London (solo show); University of Leicester Botanic Garden; Society of Scottish Artists Contemporary, Dundee; Glenmore Forest, Cairngorms and international exhibitions in Herrnsheim Park, Worms, Germany; Abiko, Japan; MTLE Wuxi, China; Ekeberg Sculpture Park, Norway (opening 2012).
- Categories: Installation/Land/Site-specific
- Materials: Mixed media, Granite/Marble/Stone, Steel
- Location: East of England