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© the artist. Photo credit: Morley College

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Wendy Taylor was one of the first artists of her generation to 'take art out of the galleries and out onto the streets'. She has significantly contributed to the development of sculpture in public places in the UK. Barry Till, Principal of Morley College from 1965 to ⁠1986, and the architect John Winter approached her to create a sculpture for the new Nancy Seear Building in King Edward Walk.

Morley College





fibreglass & black paint


H 157 x W 230 x D 59 cm (E)

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commissioned by Morley College

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Morley College

61 Westminster Bridge Road, London, Greater London SE1 7HT England

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