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The Circle

Located on Hunt Cliff along the Cleveland Way coast path sits three steel sculptures by Richard Harrington.

Trawl Door is a representation of the doors of an open trawl net with its catch: a large fish and plankton.

Pillar is a ridged marker post, supporting a chain of four metal sculptures which represent a star; the top of a plant growth; the shape air makes when striking a surface; a jellyfish and its reflection in the water.

Circle, also known as the ‘Charm Bracelet’ is the largest work: ten figurative sculptures hang on metal rods from a large steel hoop.

Each piece is made from locally produced metals and refers to the industrial, social and natural history of the area.

Huntcliff
Saltburn-By-The-Sea

Website: www.richardfarrington.com

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