Male and female leaning bronze figures on circular stone base. Male with left arm outstretched, looking down at female figure. Lower part of bodies merge and form a 'cloak' effect. The sculpture described the sense of movement as 'suggestive of the prow of a boat.'
The sculpture was the winner of the 1988 Maritime Sculpture Competition sponsored by the City of Swansea and J. Sainsbury PLC as part of the development around the former South Docks and Half-Tide Basin.
|Part of work||Material||Dimensions|
|Sculpture||Bronze||335cm length approx|
PMSA recording information
|Precise location||On main road outside Sainsbury's Supermarket|
|Date of design||1988-89|
|Year of unveiling||1989|
|Unveiling details||Unveiled on 29th September 1989|
|Commissioned by||City of Swansea and J. Sainsbury PLC|
|Duty of care||City and County of Swansea|
|Listing status||Not listed|
|At risk?||No known risk|