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Winning Artwork Sculpture Trail Kingston

From mid August 2021, Kingston, London

Kingston sculpture trail artwork winners
7 contemporary artworks have been chosen to be installed as part of a Kingston sculpture trail opening in mid-August 2021. The winning artworks were selected by a distinguished panel chaired by David Mach (creator of the iconic red phone box sculpture ‘Out of Order’ on Old London Road), a panel made up of young people, the Mayor of Kingston Councillor Sushila Abraham and representatives from Kingston University.

One of the winning artworks is sculpture ‘AANGEL’, a ‘guardian’ or benevolent presence looking over Kingston. The figure is asexual - it’s neither female or male. It talks more of our collective humanity rather than gender.

Please vote for your favourite sculpture! The winning artwork will become a permanent addition to the town centre! Vote by 31October 2021.

Read the artist interview by Ella Sagar (Kingston First):
https://www.swlondoner.co.uk/entertainment/02072021-kingston-announces-sculpture-trail-artwork-winners/


More info: kingstonfirst.co.uk, inkingston.co.uk
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The seven winning artworks are:

Kingston Spinning Sculpture’ by Roger Clarke MRSS – A colourful sculpture that invites viewers to interact by spinning it

AANGEL’ by David Begbie MRSS – An androgynous angel gure, acting as a ‘guardian’ or benevolent presence looking over Kingston

Time and Tide’ by Marigold Hodgkinson FRSS – A curved, mirrored sculpture which shifts gently in the wind reflecting light and it’s continuously changing surroundings

The Kiss’ by Alex R T Davies MRSS – Part of a series of sculptures titled ‘Unwanted Monuments’, two bronze street cones ‘kiss’ inspired by Rodin and Constantin Brâncuși’.

Party Animal’ by Alex R T Davies MRSS – From Davies’ same series ‘Unwanted Monuments’, a bronze goat sculpture stands proudly with a street cone on its back.

Mountain’ by Stefan Jovanović & Jack Hardy – a large interactive steel sculpture designed as a symbolic replace for gathering.

The Juggernaut of Nought’ by Richard Trupp MRSS – a large, industrial wedge-shaped sculpture celebrating the industrial heritage of the Thames riverbank.
A transparent wire-angel in London
London Kingston Sculpture Trail presents a guardian angel
London Kingston Sculpture Trail with a suspended angel sculpture by artist David Begbie
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