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ArtistMaker: HARLEY, Jan
TitleOfWork: 'Stepping Stones'
DescriptionOfPhoto: View of path alongside road and one 'Stepping Stone'
DateOfCreation: 1996
Dimensions: 44cm diameter
Medium: cast metal
Location: Outside the main entrance to the Earth Centre
AtoZReference: P.58 1D
Postcode: DN12 4EA
Street: Doncaster Road (A6203)
TownOrVillage: Denaby Main
MetropolitanBorough: Doncaster
Photographer: Dave Ball
ImageCopyright: Sheffield Hallam University
AccessionNumber: d010e
Description: 7 circular cast 'stones' set into a winding path alongside Doncaster Road. Each stone is different and shows a variety of scenes:
Local inhabitants in a variety of poses; A miner and a mining landscape; The local market; Recreation - playing football and walking in the countryside; People boxing, singing, playing snooker and drinking tea; Playing football; Animals, birds, ramblers and a rainbow.

Commission: The Earth Centre / Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council. The artist worked with local groups and schools to produce this work. [1]

References: [1] Copp, James. (1999) "Environmental Arts Programme - List of Projects 1990-1999". Doncaster MBC - Internal Document.

Questions: Which local schools and community groups were involved in these pieces?

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