“What characterises this new public art is engagement and participation. The walls between the elite who produce art and those who observe it are disappearing, and art has broken out. This kind of art is not something you choose to go and visit, it goes to make itself an audience.”
Demos Institute, Britain’s leading cross-party think-tank
During the summer of 2021 Lynne Exhibited four large sculptures in different cities across the UK in various public art trails. The auction of her four sculptures made £36,500.00 for charity in September and October 2021
Above - Derby Ram Sculpture Trail (27th May – 22nd August 2021)
Sculpture called ‘Memories Fade but Warmth Remains’ sponsored by Treetops Hospice.
 At the end of the trail in September, each sculpture was auctioned off to raise funds for Derby Museums’ Endowment Campaign. The auction raised over £300,000!
Above - Derby Ram Sculpture Trail (27th May – 22nd August 2021)
Sculpture called ‘Play’ sponsored by Cosy Direct
 At the end of the trail in September, each sculpture was auctioned off to raise funds for Derby Museums’ Endowment Campaign. The auction raised over £300,000!
Above - Worcester’s Big Parade Sculpture Trail (12th July September 5th 2021)
Sculpture Called ‘Memories of Home’ sponsored by Sanctuary Group
This public art sculpture trail is raising funds for St Richard’s Hospice.
Above - Rocket Round Leicester Sculpture Trail (19th July - 26th September 2021)
Sculpture called ‘Hopes, Dreams and Wishes’ sponsored by Morningside
This public art sculpture trail is raising funds for Loros Hospice.
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