Sculpture Celebrates 100-Year Journey; Lifesize Art Brings History to Life
Byline: LAURA SHARPE
TWO lifesize figures leaping out of a bright orange wall were unveiled to mark the centenary of a Liverpool school.
The bronze sculptures by Liverpool artist Tony Evans were officially unveiled at St Cecilia's junior school, in Tuebrook, yesterday.
Symbolising two students taking their first steps into the world, the artwork marked 100 years of teaching at the Catholic school, off Green Lane.
Bishop Thomas Williams blessed the piece at a special ceremony marking the exact day the first foundation stone was laid.
Head teacher Charles Coyne said: "We asked Tony to create a centenary piece for us and the design he has …
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Publication information: Article title: Sculpture Celebrates 100-Year Journey; Lifesize Art Brings History to Life. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Daily Post (Liverpool, England). Publication date: June 10, 2009. Page number: 6. © 2009 MGN Ltd. COPYRIGHT 2009 Gale Group.
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