Window art

window art
window art

It’s been a busy few days, the highlight being the installation of five pieces of public art in the former tailors in the Hop Market on Foregate Street. The artwork was created in collaboration with artist Cherrie Mansfield and forms part of an outdoor art gallery using the windows of empty shops around the city. We were two of nine artists commissioned by Worcester City Council, Worcester BID and Severn Arts. You can find out about our process and how the designs were created on this page on Cherrie’s website.


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