Caol Ruadh Sculpture Park, Argyll

Residency and installation 2015

Sculpture park open Thursday-Sunday 28 May-30 September

My sculptures, inspired by mythology and the wonderful setting of this scuplture park on the Kyles of Bute, are sited as an installation of mermaids within 'The Glade':

Mermaid I
Pine needles and stainless steel wire

Mermaid I seen from the frontMermaid I seen from the side

Mermaid II
Pine needles

Mermaid II seen from the left Mermaid II seen from the right

Seaweed face
Stainless steel and copper wire

Seaweed face seen from the frontSeaweed face seen from the side

Sea urchin face
Stainless steel, copper and bronze wire

Sea urchin faceSea urchin face detail

Shell face
Stainless steel and copper wire

Shell face seen from the frontShell face seen from the side

Stainless steel wire


Mermaid tail: Hung out to dry
Stainless steel wire

Mermaid tail seen from the frontMermaid tail seen from the side

Current and forthcoming exhibitions

Inspired by Nature
A collaborative exhibition hosted by the Forestry Commission and Royal Society of Sculptors at Grizedale Sculpture Forest.

Hay Festival
Two new sculptures at the Lion Street Gallery, Hay-on-Wye

Gyosei Art Trail
Permanent sculpture trail. Arachne weaves is along the boardwalk between the canal and Willen Park, Milton Keynes.

Art in Salcey Forest
Ongoing exhibition of sculptures in this beautiful woodland - see map and guide for details.

Contact Linda