Leap of Faith
Leap of Faith
Leap of Faith
Leap of Faith
Leap of Faith
Leap of Faith
Leap of Faith
Leap of Faith
Leap of Faith
Leap of Faith
Leap of Faith

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Arising from within a stone-edged circle, three sharply curving three-ply poles, at the furthest ends of each of which are attached groups of fish.

Leap of Faith




stainless steel

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Acquisition method

commissioned by Moyle District Council; funded by Northern Ireland Tourist Board and Arts Council of Northern Ireland

Work type



Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council


Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council

Work status


Unveiling date

28th March 2011


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