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A hanging sculpture of one hundred individually-created birds and characters perching on 12 six metre long ‘pine needles’ which are suspended in the four storey atrium. The work was inspired by the birdlife on the Wirral and the pine forest of Formby.

Alder Hey in the Park







mixed media


H 1400 x W 600 x D 600 cm (E)

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Alder Hey in the Park

Eaton Road, Liverpool, Merseyside L12 2AP England

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