We are delighted that three of the five commissioned artworks have now been completed and are on display in the Heritage Hub.
If you are visiting the Heritage Hub do have a look at the beautiful artwork.
Natasha Houseago finished her very dramatic oak sculpture, called The Archivist, in November just in time to catch the gorgeous autumn colours. Within the sculpture Natasha drilled small holes and staff and visitors were able to embed small personal artefacts and handwritten messages that maybe future generations will find.
Julia O'Connell finished her beautiful printed and embroidered textile panels, called Archive Five (four shown below), in December and these are now hanging in the Frith room.
TomatoJack Arts (Lynda Knott and Angela Williams) finished their striking and very colourful mosaic panels earlier in the year and are now on permanent display in the community garden, standing alongside The Archivist.
We are looking forward to Imogen Harvey-Lewis completing the final two artworks which we hope, weather permitting, will be by the summer.
For more information about the artists visit -
Kim Kenny - For the Record Project Officer kim.kenny2@Gloucestershire.gov.uk