Public Art Research Archive, Sheffield
Hallam University PUBLIC ART IN SHEFFIELD
abstract relief, date not known
Loxley Centre, Myers Grove Lane
concrete with mirrored glass, stainless steel sections and granite pebbles
On the exterior wall to the left of
the main entrance to the Loxley Centre, Myers Grove Lane, Sheffield S6. This
is part of Sheffield College. (A-Z p5 4F)
Abstract structure attached to the
brick wall; composed of circular forms and vertical struts. One of the circular
forms is inset with cut steel pipe; some of the struts are made of stainless
steel, separated by channels inset with glass strips. A separate circular
shape inset with small granite pebbles is to the bottom left.
Maximum dimensions: 300 cm high x 335cm wide x 21cm deep.
The form of this piece may reflect
the College's original role which was to teach Engineering. Stylistically
this piece belongs to the 1960's or early 1970's.