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The Pyramid Stone
The Pyramid Stone
The Pyramid Stone
The Pyramid Stone
The Pyramid Stone
The Pyramid Stone
The Pyramid Stone
The Pyramid Stone
The Pyramid Stone

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

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A pyramid-shaped stone adorned with badges designed by children from five Renfrew Primary Schools: Moorpark, Newmains, Kirklandneuk, St James and Arkleston. The badges are based around the theme of birds, planes, boats and fish – natural and man-made voyagers of river, sea and sky.



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commissioned by Capital Shopping plc

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at all times

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plaque: The Pyramid Stone / During 2005 the five Renfrew Primary Schools, Moorpark, / Newmans, Kirklandneuk, St. James & Arkleston worked with / Kenny Munro to create a series of exciting bronze sculptures / inspired by local history and environmental themes. / Birds ∙ Planes ∙ Boats ∙ Fish / The coexistence of manufacturing industry and creatures / of the natural environment continue to have great importance / and the children of Renfrew celebrate this in their artworks. / These topics are also reflected in the eight pillars in the park / which were created by Munro. / The artworks were commissioned by Capital Shopping plc


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Located at

Lapwing Road, Renfrew


Situated within Clyde View Park.