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|TitleOfWork:||'The Four Elements'|
|DescriptionOfPhoto:||View of the sculpture|
|Dimensions:||210cm high x 110cm wide x 30cm deep (each stone)|
|Medium:||Stanton Moor gritstone|
|Location:||Outside the main entrance to the Earth Centre. (SK506996)|
|Street:||Doncaster Road (A6203)|
|ImageCopyright:||Sheffield Hallam University|
|Description: Three stones; their front faces cut to depict earth, water, fire and air. Symbols for the sustainable development which the Earth Centre promotes.
Commission: Funded by Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council. Commissioned for the Earth Centre. Design began in January 1997 and the work was installed by September 1998. 
References:  Copp, James. (1999) "Environmental Arts Programme - List of Projects 1990-1999". Doncaster MBC - Internal Document.