Services Design
Installation
Materials Stainless steel
Glass
Client All Hallows School, Cranmore
 
 

All Hallows School, in Cranmore, Somerset, commissioned this work for the school.

The theme of the project was cranes, taken from the place name and school logo.

"As well as working with the students on art and writing projects, I was asked to design and make a tall, slim wall sculpture for the exterior of the refurbished arts complex. I wanted to add colour to the sculpture so I used fused glass to represent the water, from which rises stainless steel reeds and cranes. The cranes taking flight adds symbolism of the children leaving the school to further their education and go out into the world."


All Hallows School, in Cranmore, Somerset, commissioned this work for the school.

The theme of the project was cranes, taken from the place name and school logo.

"As well as working with the students on art and writing projects, I was asked to design and make a tall, slim wall sculpture for the exterior of the refurbished arts complex. I wanted to add colour to the sculpture so I used fused glass to represent the water, from which rises stainless steel reeds and cranes. The cranes taking flight adds symbolism of the children leaving the school to further their education and go out into the world."


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Cranes sculpture in stainless steel and fused glass