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Beauty
Beauty
Beauty
Beauty
Beauty
Beauty
Beauty

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The stone is what remains of the temporary installation, 'Beauty', which comprised a trail of inscribed stones leading to a place of contemplation in the midst of Starling Wood, Beacon Fell. The work was one of four commissioned from four artists for the Landmarks temporary outdoor exhibition project to celebrate 50 years of Lancashire's Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 1964–2014. The other three sculptures were: 'Sun Catcher' by Halima Cassell, on Jeffrey Hill, now relocated to the Hereford/Welsh Borders; 'Out-Take' (not extant) by Philippe Handford, and 'Celeste' (not extant) by Salina Somalya.
Title

Beauty

Date

2014

Medium

stone

Measurements

H 20 x W 69 x D 44 cm

Accession number

PR3_SB_S044

Acquisition method

commissioned by Bowland Revealed, a partnership between Lancashire County Council Arts Development, the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), and Ribble Valley Borough Council, with funds from Arts Council England

Work type

Landscape

Owner

Lancashire County Council

Custodian

Lancashire County Council

Work status

extant

Access

at all times

Inscription description

inscribed: Beauty

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Located at

Beacon Fell Country Park, Carwags Lane, Goosnargh

PR3 2EW

On a west facing hillside above the Visitor Centre.