DERBY RAM SCULPTURE TRAIL 2021
This Sculpture Trail has now finished. It ran from 27 May – 26 August 2021. On September 9th each sculpture was auctioned off to raise funds for the Derby Museums’ Endowment Campaign. The sculptures made over £300,000.00 for this worthy cause.
The Power of Art: Lynne's four sculptures have raised £36,500.00 at auction for three separate charities.
ABOUT THE SCULPTURES
The first sculpture is called ‘Memories Fade but Warmth Remains’. Forget-me-nots are a symbol long associated with dementia. Lynne has combined the symbolism of this flower with that of the sunflower, symbolising warmth, deep loyalty and hope. Lynne wanted to create a message about the power of enduring love: that memories can fade but the warmth of the human spirit continues to shine.
The second sculpture is called ‘Play’ Lynne’s late father was a farmer who kept a pet fox, and the fox motif is an image that recurs in many of her mural artworks. It is an animal synonymous with beauty, playfulness and magical qualities.