Two large mosaic artworks inspired by the shape of shells and the landscape.
Information from Cywaith Cymru: During 2000 Teena Gould was appointed as the artist in residence for the Sustrans National Cycle Route. She was responsible for designing, making and installing wall based artworks along a 7 mile stretch of coastline from Rhyl to Prestatyn. This was a major millennium project attracting funding from the Millennium Commission, Welsh Tourist Board, Rhyl and Prestatyn Town Council, Rhyl West Community Strategy, Llandrillo College and the European Small Grants Fund. It was managed jointly by Cywaith Cymru/Artworks Wales, Denbighshire County Council and Llandrillo College. Schools, colleges, local arts groups, community groups, youth groups were involved throughout the project.
The artworks at the Nova Centre were worked on by pupils of Prestatyn High School.
Related works : Part of a continuous wavy line of mosaics 170 feet along that intersperse the cycle route from Rhyl to Prestatyn.
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