Art

These art of sculpture trails contain mostly art installations.

The walls were conceived in 2009 by the late local artist Tony Goldman, with a vision of providing "the greatest street art ever seen in one place".

Walthamstow E17 Art Trail

The theme of the 2017 art trail is Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics with visitors invited to free art and sculpture exhibitions, open houses, artist studios, workshops, talks and performance art.

Hull Tile Art Trail

The city of Kingston Upon Hull has a rich history and this is illustrated through decorative tiles, mosaics and ceramics. This trail produced by the Tile and Ceramic Association documents the architectural ceramics which decorate the whole city.

Art Trail Walk of Stars

A disused gas storage tank is the unlikely location for an art trail.

Windows for peace

Windows for Peace is a series of windows located around the Vienna Peace Museum depicting figures who have had a profound impact on ensuring global peace. This is a short art trail but well worth a visit to meet the leaders of global peace.

The Cardiff Bay art trail is a long, circular art and sculpture trail that takes in some of Cardiff's great buildings, heritage and works of art around the bay.

Across the campus of Leeds University are more than 15 works of art and sculpture. Many are in unexpected locations and all have fascinating stories recalling their creators, patrons and their links to the Northern City.

As soon as you arrive by train in Leeds, you are greeted by beautiful art and sculpture! The trail features a route around the city centre taking in more than 20 works of art on walls, sculptures and poetry etched into the streets.

The Spanish island of Lanzarote in the North Atlantic was home to famed artist César Manrique. This trail around the island showcases his most famous works and buildings.

Teignmouth Recycled Art In Landscape (TRAIL) is back for 2017! Art and sculptures made from more than 70% recycled materials will be positioned along the South Devon Coast for visitors and residents to enjoy.

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