Wild in Art

Wild in art commissioned art trails.

Snowman Art Trail, Media City, Manchester 2018

This sculpture trail in aid of Children in Need, features twelve giant Snowman sculptures inspired by the song The Twelve Days of Christmas. This magical wintery art trail is sure to delight families of all ages.

Minerva Owls of Bath Art Trail - Art Trail Project

Minerva’s Owls of Bath is a major public art sculpture trail featuring more than 70 owls located around the city all decorated by artists depicting scenes from the city's history as well as artistic flare.

Big Hoot Auckland New Zealand Art Trail

In 2018, the Child Cancer Foundation will bring storytelling to the streets of Auckland through the Big Hoot. More than 50 owl sculptures will be displayed at key locations around the city.

The Big Splash Art Trail Perth

Swimming into town from 20 January - 4 March 2018 in iconic locations around Perth, this interactive art display is a spectacular sculpture trail for all to enjoy.

The snowdogs, inspired by Raymond Briggs classic tale of the Snowman, has already toured many of the United Kingdom's most iconic locations including Newcastle and Cardiff and now reaches the south east, with Ashford playing host to the snowdig tr

More than 50 giant snails will take centre-stage in aid of Martlets Hospice for eight weeks this autumn, encouraging visitors to explore the region and the city of Brighton and to #BeMoreSnail!

Over 25 giraffe sculptures will be joining the cityscape of Worcester for 10 weeks in summer 2018.

The swarm of bees will be crafted by regional professional and emerging artists to inspire Manchester’s communities for an un-bee-lievable art trail around the city.

Meet 12 magnificent nutcracker soldiers located around the historic dockyard of Plymouth, painted to reflect a verse of the Royal Navy-themed version of the 12 Days of Christmas.

First published by Andersen Press in 1989, the brightly coloured patchwork elephant will appear around Suffolk for 12 weeks in the summer of 2019.


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