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|TitleOfWork:||'Portrait of Rotherham'|
|DescriptionOfPhoto:||view from inside bus station; looking towards Water Street|
|Dimensions:||27 panels; each one 370 x 270cm|
|Medium:||mild steel; painted blue|
|Location:||Rotherham Transport Interchange|
|Street:||Water Street and Frederick Street|
|ImageCopyright:||Sheffield Hallam University|
|Location: Rotherham Transport Interchange. One screen is between Water Street and the interior of the bus station, the other is between the riverside and the bus station.
Description: Designs derived from work in six local primary schools. These are arranged in groups of three panels to form the two screens. Motifs used include Rockingham Pottery, Rotherham Market, Buses, Children, Boston Castle, Rotherham Arts Centre, a Coal Mine and the Countryside.
Commission: Funded and owned by South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive
Comment: The schools were: St Anne's, Badsley Moor, Canklow Wood, Broom Valley Junior Schools; East Dene and one other not listed on the panels.
References: Information from the artist.