Polychrome sculpture made from forged tubular and plate steel. Its form seems to be an amalgamation between organic and mechanical shapes: a red-painted whisk-like structure rises from within three green leaves around its base. The sculpture is set into a circle of bricks in the grass.
Arum lilies flourish in damp and bog-like conditions and Pym has said that the sculpture's position at the college reflects this by representing 'the possibility of growth and the need for shelter and protection'. It was fabricated by AMARC welding trainees and funded by Northern Arts.(1)
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