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River Spirit
River Spirit
River Spirit
River Spirit
River Spirit
River Spirit
River Spirit
River Spirit

© the artist. Photo credit: Gordon Baird / Art UK

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A female figure growing out of a tree trunk base was created using a mosaic of steel flat bar segments. Her foliage hands hold woven steel bars in the shape of the River Forth above her head. This river helped to shape Alloa’s industrial past, allowing international trade to the east and the New World. This is the first of six sculptures created by Andy Scott for Clackmannanshire.

Date

2007

Medium

galvanized steel

Measurements

H 600 x W (?) x D (?) cm (E)

Accession number

FK10_GB_S003

Work type

Sculpture

Owner

Clackmannanshire Council

Custodian

Clackmannanshire Council

Work status

extant

Unveiling date

June 2007

Access

at all times


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Located at

B9140, Sauchie

FK10 3EF

Located at a roundabout.