The final sculpture on the Sefton Coastal Path Sculpture Trail was installed at Hightown just before Christmas.
This sculpture forms a trackway that runs along the new cycle path leading from Hightown to Crosby beach.
Over 20 feet of wood has been installed which contain artwork relating to the ancient man-made trackway that has been discovered in the area.
For the artwork we visited Cambridge Children’s Centre and Brunswick Youth Club and delivered workshops based on metal embossing. The images are all of food that our ancestors would have eaten in the area.
Going to the location we lay out the trackway
making some on site adjustments
and then a little bit of digging and turf removal
before lying them down and securing them in place.
Huge thanks to Fiona, John and Rachel, to all at the Cambridge Children’s Centre and the super kids and staff at the Brunny. And as always to Phill and Joe – Adam, you were missed – such a super installation team.