Statues - Hither & Thither

Great Britain


Heol Pentrerhedyn
(Plas Machynlleth Park)

Wooden seating sculptures

Dominic Clare

Machynlleth /  Wooden seating sculptures   Machynlleth /  Wooden seating sculptures


Wooden sculptures, among others a seat with a back in the form of a king with a crown.


From PMSA:
The work was undertaken during a six month residency. During this time Dominic Clare worked with various community groups, including local schools, as well as communicating with visitors to Celtica. His main aim was to design and create a number of artworks to be situated at various locations in the grounds surrounding Y Plas. Most have a particular function, such as tables, seats and signposts. A large sculpture is visible near the main entrance and behind the black tribal mask the sculpture is shaped to create sheltered seat. The sculptures were created in wood, mainly oak, with other materials used to create the complex patterns seen on the surface of many of the pieces.

Machynlleth / Wooden Seating Sculptures


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Location (N 52°35'16" - W 3°51'10")

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Item Code: gbwa099; Photograph: 28 July 2012
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