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“El Eco del Pasada - Echo from the Past” 2014
Made for Tufi'Arte 2014 in Tufia, Gran Canaria, an international symposium of 14 projects organised by AiNIN - Art in Nature International Network. The whole village helped with all the projects during the week as well as hosting the artists.
The painting, 28m x 18m, of white lime with black and pink pigment, represents the conch or caracola horn that was blown by the Guanche - the original people of Gran Canaria before battle. It is under the flight path - visible from the planes.
Conch shell and drawings
El Eco del Pasada - with village - Photo: Javier Suarez
El Eco del Pasada 2014
El Eco del Pasada from the air - Photo: Javier Suarez
View and Use" 2004
100m x 70m x 10m
Two amphitheatre forms divided by a ridge for play, performance
and events, within the park in the new development, The Hamptons,
at Worcester Park, Surrey.
Commissioned by the St James Group Ltd.
Photos by: Michael Leonard
January 2012 Photo: David Rymill
and the Wheel" 1994-2003
600m x 70m x 15m
grass, wildflowers, trees, shrubs, paths and designed wooden
seating still to be completed. Adjacent to the final link of
the Avon Ring Road, Bristol.
View from top of
Detail of designed benches in sitting areas at the top with new
planting - Silver birches and juniper. Gorse and broom along edge
of wildflower hollows. Feb. 2003
South Gloucester Council/Thyssen Construction
View of "Chains"
from Avon Ring Road. Feb. 2003.
200m x 100m x 20m
Earth, grass, gravel, designed wooden benches, tree.
Cribbs Causeway Shopping Centre,
J T Baylis and Co Ltd
"Meet, Sit and Talk"
1995 125m x 100m x 3m
Sandstone, polished granite, gravel, grass, cement
Planting Scheme by Allan R Ruff
Chancellors Court, University of Leeds
2m x 2m x 2m
Linking "Meet, Sit and Talk" in Chancellors Court with
final stage of re-design
in collaboration with John Micklethwaite-Howe of BHWB, Leeds,
with "Conversation" and "Meet, Sit and Talk"
The sculpture projects in The Chancellor's
Court received two commendations for Landscape from Leeds City
Council's Architecture 2000 awards.
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