Discover Art & Sculpture

Clackmannanshire is indelibly linked with the distinctive public art of Andy Scott, an alumni of Glasgow School of Art and creator of the Kelpies near Falkirk. The installation of the six of his sculptures in such close proximity is an unprecedented concentration of his work. They reflect what has shaped Clackmannanshire; the river, the woods, the Ochil Hills, its industrial past and vibrant future.

For more information regarding the Andy Scott Public Art Trail click here.

Other international artists and works are Michael Visocchi’s ‘The Pontils’ celebrating Clackmannanshire’s glass heritage and Rob Mulholland’s ‘Sentinels’ which can be found reflecting in Alloa Town Centre.

Artists & Makers

Clackmannanshire has a long and rich heritage of artists and makers, particularly in the mediums of textiles, pottery and glass. This tradition continues today – not only can you admire and purchase the work of local artists at one of the many gallery events held throughout the year, but there are opportunities to extend your skills through regular classes.

The shapes of the sculpture refer to glass blowing and the manufacture of bottles for brewing and...
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Andy Scott’s third sculpture for Clackmannanshire emulates Alloa’s regeneration, was ...
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A second public artwork by sculptor Andy Scott was erected at Muirside roundabout in Tullibody in...
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This public art work by internationally renowned sculptor Andy Scott, which features a boy with a...
This sculpture was conceived as a tribute to the role of the emergency services and armed forces ...
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The first of international sculptor Andy Scott’s public art works for Clackmannanshire on t...
Rob Mullholland was chosen to design this major piece of public art as part of the Imagine Alloa ...
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This sculpture by Andy Scott was installed on Marywood roundabout, on the outskirts of Clackmanna...
The Helix, Falkirk
The Kelpies are 30-metre-high horse-head sculptures featuring kelpies, standing next to a new ext...
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