Public Art Research Archive, Sheffield
Hallam University PUBLIC ART IN SHEFFIELD
Central reservation of High Street,
just at the bottom of Fargate. (A-Z p5 3E)
Two interlocking wheatsheaves
are situated either side of a pedestrian crossing in the central reservation.
They stand about 1 metre high . The central reservation separates the tramlines
from the road.
Sheffield City Council. Funding
from various sources.
The pieces are both functional
and decorative. There is a direct link in subject matter with the motifs
on Yarwood’s benches at the top end of
Fargate some 100 metres away.