Materials: Phosphor bronze

Created: 2000

Client: South Lanarkshire Council

H: 200cm W: 90cm D: 30cm

Categories: Commissions

View at: Junction of Leechlee Rd and Cadzow St

This is less a sculpture and more a feature in a streetscape. I made three phosphor bronze columns to punctuate the arc of stainless steel and granite seating (dimensions are for individual columns). The glass bricks were adapted by Sibylle Von Halem, who encapsulated resin casts with dried plants within them, as you can see the resin was also subtly coloured.


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Framed granite samples, each is a rectangle and has a window cut out of a card mount, the window has a gold rim, the names and where they are from are hand written in capitals below each sample. The top four images are of Aberdeenshire granites, including second from left Kemnay and at the end of the top row Corennie.

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Newcastle University Arts building with Anthony Gormley sculpture on left, it has a purple sticker with an arrow on it.


Image of a section of a historical map of an area around Strathmartine Road in Dundee.

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