Tag Archives: Public Art

Peter Randall-Page and Rock Art

I have written briefly about Peter Randall-Page here on Throughstones before – in general admiration for his profoundly integrating sculpture and art practice. He is probably best known for his large-scale stone sculptures made for public spaces, which draw upon the underlying patterns … Continue reading

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Landscape & Arts Network

Today, interdisciplinary and collaborative working is commonplace. In large property development and regeneration programmes we see artists involved in all stages of the design process. It is no longer the case of being invited to tack on a nice bit … Continue reading

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Peter Randall-Page

Continuing my musings about Public Art – the work of Peter Randall-Page comes to mind as being genuinely integrating… people with their surroundings, people with nature, people with each other, today and across the millennia. For me, his work conveys … Continue reading

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Public Art

I much appreciated an interesting and informative training day last week, run by Creative Dorset and led by urban designer Mark Luck – relating to a forthcoming public art project. In the field of public art, artists need particular knowledge … Continue reading

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