A random piece of public art?

Walking home from Toothill village centre today, my eye was caught by the art/structure? in the photographs. It’s odd really as I’ve walked this route many times but have never spotted it before. It is just tucked away between houses. Amazing. Anyway – does anyone out there know anything about

West Swindon Sculpture walk – Part 2 – How the Mighty Fall

‘How the Mighty Fall 1989 – Artist: Tim Sandys-Renton. Material: Cast Aluminium, Cast Iron. Commissioned by Thamesdown Borough Council through the Percent for Art Policy’ In the first post of this series I wrote about the statue of Diana Dors outside the cinema at Shaw Ridge. The next statue my

West Swindon sculpture walk – Part 1 – Diana Dors

Public art in Swindon: Diana Dors Right then, hands up. Who knew there was such an entity as the West Swindon sculpture walk? No? Me neither. I only discovered it when rooting about the interweb for info for this blog. In the course of my research I came across this information

Ten things to celebrate about Swindon. No 4: The sculptures. C: ‘Isambard Kingdom Brunel’

Public art in Swindon: Brunel No 3 (C) in a series on Swindon’s sculptures.¬†Yeah, I know, strictly speaking a statue rather than a sculpture but it’s close enough eh? And he has to be mentioned somewhere does old Isambard Kingdom Brunel – such an awesome name! – and he did

Ten things to celebrate about Swindon No 4: The sculptures. B – ‘Diana Dors’

Diana Dors silhouette - sculpture diana dors

Public art in Swindon: Diana Dors Sculpture of Diana Dors Here’s a map of the entire West Swindon Sculpture trail:¬†http://swindonian.me/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/The-Sculpture-Tour-West-Swindon.pdf Via this blog I’m intending to do a tour of the many sculptures that Swindon is home to. ¬†Number 2 (B) in the series, this post features¬†Britain’s own blonde bombshell,