“Charcoal Measure” by Onya McCausland

[fusion_text] New piece “Charcoal Measure” by Onya McCausland “Charcoal Measure” uses charcoal made from the decommission of “Place” compressed into a series of black trenches scored into the ground. The work enables visitors to the Sculpture Trail to trace the…


New artwork on the way by Onya McCausland

Charcoal Measure Onya McCausland, From 15th March 2016 Charcoal Measure is a line of charcoal on the forest path that draws attention to the scale of the underground coal excavations, 1000ft below the surface. The work may be viewed on the…


A Sense of Place

We’re proud to share our new film A Sense of Place, that tells the story of the Giant’s Chair and features stunning aerial photography of the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail as you’ve never seen it before. This month artist…


Farewell to the Giant’s Chair

There’s been widespread coverage of our plans to decommission Place on local news sites and on BBC Online.  A bat survey is currently being carried out, so there are no specific plans replace the artwork. But we do have an…