“Giving something back…”
We have always been strong on volunteerism, and many of the public art commissions we have undertaken involve a strong element of altruism rather than commercial interest.
Description: An unusual opportunity to create a distinctive bandstand as a focal point in a World Heritage site. Nothing remained of the original bandstand, built sometime after the opening of the park in 1871, but its design and location is shown in a 20th Century postcard. This area was one of the original focal points […]Read more "Roberts Park | bandstand"
Description: A competition winning design that reflects the current use of these Grade II buildings. Located at Green Dragon Yard, The Georgian Theatre and Green Dragon Studios are at the heart of Stockton-on-Tees cultural quarter. The brief was for a creative design solution to link three public entrances on these two buildings. The Ironwork Studio’s […]Read more "Sound Wave | doors"
Description: A sculpture reflecting Kings Lynn’s medieval trading links with the Hanseatic League, which controlled trade in the Baltic and North Sea between the 13th and 17th Centuries. At 3.2m tall, the sculpture comprises two racks filled with fish hanging out to dry (along with the odd bit of seaweed and a mermaids bra). It […]Read more "Stock Fish Rack | sculpture"
Description: an international collaborative sculptural project celebrating friendship. This project, inspired and organised by the British Artist Blacksmith Association (BABA), brought blacksmiths together from around the globe. A competition was held to find Master Blacksmiths to design a sculpture, representing his or her interpretation of the theme of friendship, to fill apertures within the […]Read more "Pillar of Friendship | sculpture"