Loch Leven I

Materials: Bronze

Created: 2008

Client: TRACKS (The Rural Access Committee of Kinross-shire)

H: 8.5cm W: 8.5cm D: variable

Categories: Commissions

View at: Perimeter walk around Loch Leven

A series of sixteen circular bronze works integrated into oak seating on a network of pathways around the loch, they were designed to be site-specific relating directly to specially commissioned couplets, which reflect the landscape and heritage of the loch, they were made to appeal to children in particular.

The designs were realised by carving them into plaster, taking rubber moulds from the carvings then pouring wax into the moulds, these wax versions were used in the process of lost wax bronze casting.


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