Permanent public art in Plymouth
A selection of public art commissions that can be seen around the city.
The Armada Dial is a large sundial and fountain, cast in concrete and featuring Terrazzo and stainless steel.
Hand carved local granite sculptures created to resemble nautical bollards to commemorate Plymouth University’s 150th anniversary.
Copper casts to mark the spot where the Beatles sat on their visit to Plymouth Hoe in 1967.
Corten steel sculpture standing 4.9 metres high, situated in Marsh Mills Retail Park.
Re-erected pub sign with changeable, seasonal signs in the centre of the design representing Efford’s heritage and identity.
A large stone sculpture of a child being raised to the sky in a symbol of hope, which also serves as a memorial for the 76 civilians who lost their lives in a Plymouth bomb shelter during WW2, where University of Plymouth now stands.
A stone sculpture inspired by a fallen tree in Ham Woods which left a large hole in the ancient stone.
A socially engaged community arts project in conjunction with Take A Part to create a bridge, giving access to a country wildlife site and foreshore.
A large ceramic mural inspired by medieval maps of Plymouth, highlighting its agricultural and naval heritage.
An 80ft long, painted, mild steel loop sculpture which is sited on the top of three brick railway pillars in Victoria Park.
Four metal sculptures and seven waymarker signposts made from galvanised steel were installed along the route connecting Saltram Countryside Park to the Plym Valley, via the Marsh Mills area.
A working bell cast from waste Aluminium at the world renowned John Taylor and Co Bell Foundry.
Large scale sculpture of a figure riding a wave, situated outside Drake Circus shopping centre. Comprised of stainless steel and lacquered aluminium, creating a sense of movement within the surrounding architecture.
A life-size figure of St Andrew the Fisherman, in bronze resin, portrayed casting a net across the twin pillars, forming an arch over people passing beneath, linking the minster and the city.
A distinctively marked trail along Plymouth's coastal path featuring artworks and cultural and heritage highlights.