The Way (sculpture), Wharton Park, Durham


The Way is a sculpture in Portland stone, by Hamish Horsley, located in Wharton Park, Durham.[1] It was originally exhibited in the Gateshead Garden Festival in 1990, under the title of 'Aion', as part of the British Rail sponsored 'Time Garden'. In 1994, the work was (temporarily?) relocated to Durham and remodelled by the sculptor for the new setting, aiming to symbolise the journey of St Cuthbert's remains to Durham and the building of the Cathedral.[2]
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The Way
- " A symmetrical arrangement of abstract forms in Portland stone either side of a pathway of pebbles. Originally exhibited in 1990 under the title of 'Aion' at Gateshead's National Garden ...

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