Barry Lewis

Barry Lewis's scultpures are among the most captivating and innovative pieces being made in Wales currently. Uniquely talented, the Tonypandy-based artist has developed an international reputation for his use of recycled materials, and in particular electro plated nickel silver, to create a series of beautiful pieces. The sheer number of scultpures Barry has created so far in his career is prolific, and year by year, they seem to grow in size and imagination. Such is the demand for his work that collectors should visit this page regularly to see new work.

In his free time, Barry enjoys travelling around the UK and Europe in his van, discovering new places and is always on the lookout for bits and pieces he can upcycle into art.

He lives and works in Tonypandy, Wales and currently has
a studio in Bristol.


Birds
Electro plated nickel silver
From 75 each

Y Ddraig Goch
Teapots cutlery and other metal materials
1950

Stella the Stork
Spoons and beer pump
750



Baby Griffin vulture
Old household utensils
sold

Hanging fish
Kitchen utensils cutlery and other metal objects
350

Cormorant
Gardening tools
650



Swordfish
Kitchen utensils cutlery and other metal materials
425

Future Whelk City
Various metals
750

Hanging fish
Utensilscutlery and other metal materials



Duck
Kettle and other kitchen utensils
450

Cockrell
Singer sewing machine and garden tools
sold

Donnay
Various metal materials
550



Ram
Metal materials on wood
400

Spider
Bike saddle springs
190

Elephant
Car bumper and kitchen utensils
650



General Monkey
Old slide projector and vacuum cleaner parts
475

Fisty McBiff
Various metals on wood
Sold

Sheep
Footpump and steel wool
400



Crocodile
Spoons and utensils
2950

Concept piece
Fruit bowl and spoons
sold

Sea monster
Various metal materials
350



Shell
Bathstone
850

Winkle
Various metal materials
650

Barry Lewis
Equus
EPNS cutlery
sold



Barry Lewis
Bird
Metal Sculpture
125

Sheep
35 each

Crocodile
Spoons egg cups gravy boats collanders and satellite dish brackets Mounted on a reclaimed oak plaque
650



White Rhino
Kitchen utensils gravy boatsdishes and trays
Mounted on a reclaimed tropical hardwood plaque
800

Tinned Beef
Industrial sized micrometer and a window winding mechanism
Mounted on a reclaimed oak plaque
sold

Flying bird
EPNS cutlery and gravy boat
250



Stag
Satellite brackets stopcock bicycle parts and desk bracket
sold

Owl
Skateboard truck and wheels EPNS spoons and fishknives vintage slide projector and kitchen utensils
sold

Eagle
Antique silver plated cutlery and kitchen utensils
450



Red Deer Stag
Stove leg bicycle brakes and handlebars strimmer engine and workmate leg
Mounted on plaque made from Antique school desk
650

Baby Ibex
Pie baking dish camping stove burner antique shoe lasts bike saddle gravy boats stop cock and large seving spoon
Mounted on a plaque made from an Edwardian pianola
sold

Snails
EPNS teaspoon ends and copper wire
10 each



Swan
EPNS fruit spoons
sold

Crab
EPNS spoons
60

Badger
Motorbike petrol tank bicycle saddle cast iron lamp stand drum pedal chrome car trim and cutlery
650



Horse
Stainless steel dishes and plates and other kitchen utensils
500

Butterflies
Antique film reels and antique silver plated spoons Antennae from camera mini tripod legs
From 75 to 95

Buffalo
Datsun car bumpers kitchen utensils and other household items
Mounted on an oak plaque made from a barley twist leg table
sold



Cow
Various kitchen utensils and other metal parts Mounted on reclaimed antique wooden plaque
475

Hippo
Bicycle saddle nox capsules found at Glastonbury festival a pool trophy and a base of a slide projector

Baby Elephant
Cement mixer shovels fire extinguishers milk churn motorbike exhaust
sold



Tree of Life
EPNS cutlery
180

Parrot I
150

Parrot II
250




Fish
School bell bicycle parts and epns cutlery
Ht 57cm Width 75cm
295


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