This is a list of all the Grizedale sculptures that I know of, arranged alphabetically by sculpture name or artist.

A map for the various sculptures we’ve seen in the forest can be found here – https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=zV6Rj66MiDNg.kd9pGg3PGfFA and will be updated as time goes on.

For sculptures no longer current/ not seen, look here (locations not necessarily accurate): https://goo.gl/maps/8YNnm

Blurpg’s House

Paul Dodgson 2000 One of two houses on the Ridding Wood Trail by Paul Dodgson, the other being Treeleaves Longh’s House.   Blurpg's house. Photo July 2014Blurpg's house. Photo July 2014Blurpg's house. Photo June 2014Blurpg's house. Photo Apr 2016Blurpg's... read more

Ancient Forester 2

David Kemp 1995- Artist’s website: www.davidkemp.uk.com “David Kemp is concerned with siting sculptures that are evocative of local history and interests, but which also relate visually to their immediate surroundings”.. Ancient Forester 2 has... read more

Meridien Owl

Zoe De L’isle Whittier 1993 “As we move through the woods, unseen birds and animals watch us.”     Meridien Owl. Photo Nov 2013Meridien Owl. Photo Nov 2013Meridien Owl. Photo Nov... read more

Seed

Walter Bailey 1995 “Whatever faith or beliefs we carry, the tides of nature move around and through us. Every breath we take is an affirmation of our connection with the earth. I like to create sculpture on site, with materials found locally. In this way I seek... read more

Cloak of Seasons

Walter Bailey 1995 “Whatever faith or beliefs we carry, the tides of nature move around and through us. Every breath we take is an affirmation of our connection with the earth. I like to create sculpture on site, with materials found locally. In this way I seek... read more

The Arrival

Stuart Bastick 1993 “A tranquil fusion of organic forms; a meditative, site-specific structure with a functional purpose” Resembling an upturned boat, the structure incorporates a sheltered seat. Dismantled 2015 The Arrival. Photo Dec 2013The Arrival.... read more

One, Two, Three of ’em

Steven Siegel 1997 Artist’s website: http://www.stevensiegel.net A work that needs a certain amount of faith to find as it is hidden from the path by¬† the matured forest. One, two, three of 'em. Photo March 2016One, two, three of 'em. Photo March 2016One, two,... read more

Underground Tree

Shigeo Toya 1997 “The ‘mori’ (woods) is not simply the natural forest, but it encompasses the forms of the city and nature as viewed from the future. And that view from the future can be called the view that the dead have on the present” Other... read more