This dramatic sculpture with soaring pinnacles of steel supporting hand worked flying tail forms is viewed against a backdrop of sky, sea and mountains. The form was inspired by the pioneering flight in Northern Ireland by Harry Ferguson along Newcastle coastline and the seaside heritage of the town.
Artist: Charles Normandale
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- This dramatic sculpture with soaring pinnacles of steel supporting hand worked flying tail forms is viewed against a backdrop of sky, sea and mountains. The form was inspired by the pioneering flight in Northern Ireland by Harry Ferguson along Newcastle coastline and the seaside heritage of the town. Artist: Charles Normandale
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