NHS | ART IN HEALTH - MONUMENTAL SCULPTURES
As part of Liverpool's year of the environment a project ran by Aintree hospital was created. It asked artists to create monumental structures from scrap waist provided by the on-site scrapyard. The structures had several uses; to uplift and provoke thought, to be aesthetically pleasing and to work as way finders around the large ground of the hospital.
We were commissioned for two of the four pieces to be created, the first was flower zone and the second was wildlife. All materials apart from paint and fixings (nuts and bolts) were salvaged from scrap waist, the paints used were Montana gold non-toxic sprays, which are carbon free and 100% o-zone friendly.