Dates

9 to 10 September 2017

Times

Saturday and Sunday 10am-6pm.

Price

FREE

Artist(s)

Charlie Whinney

Location

Abbot Hall Park, Kirkland, Kendal LA9 5AL

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Accessibility

Abbot Hall Park is accessible to wheelchair users with parking nearby

Overview

A striking new interactive sculpture that celebrates the Lake District's newly awarded UNESCO status. Created by steam bend sections of wood sourced from Grizedale Forest.

This sculpture is a joint commission by Lakes Alive, Lake District National Park and Forestry Commission. 

Charlie Whinney Studio exists to explore the relationships between materials, people and the environment. Projects blur boundaries between fine art, architecture and design, and we make almost everything ourselves.  We work contextually, ecologically, and we like beauty and innovation.

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