The work resembles two stylized, intertwined standing figures, rather like a 3D jigsaw puzzle. It is new and made of limestone, so it has a very clean, creamy appearance. The forms recall those of Celtic art, notably their illuminated manuscripts.
This work is one of a series commissioned for Dudley's new Southern By-pass. For the driver or pedestrian, the road will provide a passage through time, whereby each artwork is loosely inspired by an era.
|Part of work||Material||Dimensions|
|Sculpture||Limestone||2.15m high x 75cm wide x 30cm deep|
|Hexagonal base||concrete||1.5m diameter|
PMSA recording information
|Precise location||On grass between Wolverton Road and Southern By-Pass|
|A-Z ref||55 F3|
|Date of design||None|
|Year of unveiling||2000|
|Commissioned by||Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council|
|Duty of care||Dudley MBC|
|Listing status||Not listed|
|At risk?||No known risk|