Fluidics in Motion has a new home

May 4, 2019 3:53 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

In October 2018 I completed a commission for Sellafield to commemorate the decommission of THOPE. The exhibition at The Beacon Museum in Whitehaven concluded in March 2019 with the auction of all the artworks with the proceeds going to MIND West Cumbria, a very deserving mental health charity.

I’m pleased to confirm that the auction was a massive success and raised a total of £6000 for the charity, my piece “Fluidics in Motion” was purchased by the National Nuclear Labs for their offices.

Since the auction NNL have been in touch to invite me to visit their offices and unveil my work in it’s new home.

Fluidics in Motion was a real pleasure to create and was designed to create impact and interest to any room, I can’t wait to see it in situ at NNL….watch this space!

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