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'Cultural Diversity' Mini Lighthouse Sculpture, Aberdeen

Updated: Jun 12, 2023

Location: Evolve IMS, Aberdeen, 2021. (private commission)

Remember the 6ft lighthouse sculpture I did back in 2021 called Mirrie Dancers? This is the baby version on that sculpture that was recently commissioned by a business based in Aberdeen after they saw my large sculpture.

The process

The lighthouse was designed to reflect nature and cultural diversity using Indian floral patterns to represent the lowlands of the North East of Scotland, through to the geometric mountains and into the swirls of the night sky.

The background represents the beautiful sunsets and I love how it turned out! I used posca for all my patterns and acrylic paint for the background with glitter on top.

Client's reaction

Sadly, Cancer has played a major part in my life and continues to do so. I have not had Cancer, thankfully, but my family and friends have. Evolve support local Cancer charities wherever we can because of this and when Mearns & Gill put us in contact with Clan Cancer Support, we were delighted to support their ‘Light The North’ initiative by commissioning our own 1m tall 'mini lighthouse' with the artist, MrASingh (the artist who also made the beautiful full sized 'Mirrie Dancers' lighthouse).

The lighthouse was designed to reflect our cultural diversity using Indian mehndi designs, incorporating the lowlands of the North East of Scotland, through to the mountains and beyond. We specifically wanted to capture the colours of our beautiful sunsets and night sky

Robin Parkinson

Managing Director at Evolve Group


Name: Sundar

Location: St Martin’s Quarter

Client: Worcester BID

Materials - Fiberglass sculpture. Acrylic paint, metallic, coloured and black ink.

Charity: St Richards Hospice

Related hashtags: #WorcsBigParade


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